Unique Answers to Question

Unique Questions allow you to have increased control over the data you wish to collect. Simply add as many ‘Unique Questions’ as you wish. Respondents will then be required to submit an answer that has not been given by any other survey participant.  For example, a university could require a unique student ID to be entered in a text box question.

The ‘Unique Questions’ feature is available on Enterprise plans only

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2 Comments

  • Hi,
    Is the unique question like the primary key?

    • RickPenwarden says:

      Hello,
      The unique question option is found on the survey tab of the editor. It is used to force all respondents to answer a question differently. For example, asking for an identification number. If the respondent enters the same identification number as a former respondent, they will not be permitted to move forward in the survey.