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Blog Category: Tutorials

Automatic Scoring!

With FluidSurveys, you are able to give your qualitative data a score (aka. giving it a numerical value), however, this has always been a manual feature. Now you can input a numerical value as the actual choice, let’s say in…

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Bilingual/Multilingual Survey Mode!

This is a great feature that is continuously being updated by the FluidSurveys team! Being able to create your surveys and forms in multiple languages allows them to be more diverse and global. Using this functionality you are able to…

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Tip Monday: Adding HTML to Question Types

You’ve most likely seen a survey on FluidSurveys that looked absolutely breathtaking; The Question Title had a larger font size, the Extra Description had an image, centered text, bullet points, etc… Everything looked and flowed so smoothly, and you’ve always…

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FluidSurveys as a Planning Tool

Knowing the ins and outs of your own business or workplace can have a strong impact on how it functions as a whole. Realizing that some things should be changed is a preventative measure to ensure they do not cause…

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Restricting Access & Changing the Status of your Survey

If you wish to restrict various aspects of your survey (the number of respondents who participate, the number of responses, the dates the survey can be taken, etc), there are several great ways to create these options. First, you can…

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Google Maps in your Survey!

Having a map in your survey may seem a little different, however it can have many helpful and insightful purposes for you and your respondents! You can use it for a quiz you set up for your students where a…

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Show a Question, Hide a Question

Here is a brief explanation of how to use advanced branching logic, namely hiding and showing questions, in your survey. You, as the survey creator, will be able to redirect users to specific questions and pages based on multiple conditions.…

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A Little Editing – Changing Response Statuses

Sometimes, with big decisions or minor ones, we have a tendency to change our minds. This is neither uncommon nor unnatural with everyday decisions, so we, at FluidSurveys, wanted to make sure you had all of the freedom possible as…

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Hidden Field Questions!

Hidden Field type questions can be used when the survey creator would like to pre-populate the survey with information or a note of some kind that will not show up when the respondent is taking the survey. Sometimes there is…

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