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Blog Category: Features

Date/Time Question

The date/time question will allow you to ask users to specify a date/time as a response. For example, one could ask respondents when would be a good day to contact them in the next week about an appointment. This question…

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Ranking Questions

A ranking question specifically asks users to rank a given variable. This question type is like a multiple choice question except that the choices are shown horizontally rather than vertically. Secondly, the ranking question can be used to force a…

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Dropdown Matrix

A dropdown matrix is very similar to a multiple choice matrix question except that it uses dropdown fields instead of a series of multiple choice variables. In other words, with a dropdown matrix question, you will be able to answer…

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Multiple Choice Matrix

The multiple choice matrix question is a question type that allows you to ask a standard multiple choice question for a number of different variables. For example, you may want to specify how satisfied/dissatisfied you are about a series of…

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Text Response Matrix

A text response matrix is simply a matrix question that allows the survey creator to ask a question about a number of different variables that require a text response. For example, you may want to ask someone to type in…

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Dropdown Questions

The dropdown question type is very similar to the multiple choice question type in that it allows respondents to choose one of the choices specified. Dropdown questions are ideal for situations when the list of choices is very long (such…

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Multiple Choice Questions

Multiple choice questions are also known as radio button questions. This question type allows respondents to choose one and only one of the choices listed. This question type is ideal for questions that ask questions such as “Please choose the…

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Yes/No Question Type

A Yes/No question is simply a multiple choice question that has yes & no as the only two choices. Yes/No questions are useful for asking binary questions. You can also construct a Yes/No question from a multiple choice question by…

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