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Blog Category: Features

Online View of Results

As your survey results come in, you will be able to view them in real time. You can create Cross-Tabs, Advanced Charts, Filters, and more, all in real time! In addition to this, you can also share a survey URL…

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Create your own Bulk Import Fields

Sometimes you may have a list of choices that you commonly apply to a given question type such as a multiple choice or dropdown question. If you use this list of choices often, it would be very helpful to save…

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Checkbox Validation (x/y choices)

When you add a checkbox question to your survey, you may want to limit the number of choices that one can choose. Using this option, you can require the respondent to choose a certain number (or range) of choices. For…

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Question Morphing

Sometimes you’ll start building a question only to realize that instead of a multiple choice question, you really mean to create a checkbox question. Typically, you would expect that you would have to rebuild the question, but the good news…

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Question Identifiers

Question identifiers offer you a way to give each question type a shorter name that can be displayed when you export the data into Excel and Analytics software. Shorter identifiers also make the process of building complex skipping patterns a…

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Change Button Text, Thank You, Terminate, and Quota Text

For every survey, you will have a number of options to work with. Most of these options are located in the publish section. In the survey options section, though, there are also a number of very useful options such as…

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Optional/Mandatory Questions

By default, all questions that you add to your survey will be optional. In other words, survey respondents will not be required to answer the questions. If questions are made mandatory, then the respondent will get an error that will…

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Bulk Import of Choices

Sometimes you will want to add some very commonly used choices to your multiple choice and dropdown questions such as the list of Countries in the World or Cities/States. Ideally, you don’t want to have to type in these choices…

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Randomize Answer Choices

For some question types such as multiple choice questions, matrix questions, dropdown questions, etc… you have to specify the choices that people can choose from in a given order. In order to prevent bias, you will sometimes want to show…

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