Blog Archives: Rafal Deren

Bulk Presets

A variety of bulk presets are included with our Pro, Ultra and Enterprise accounts! These are commonly used lists of choices and variables that you can apply to a question with the click of a button. Using pre-sets can save…

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Image Choices

Image choices can be in single or multiple answer questions. They allow respondents to select one, or a series, of images from a set. To learn how to insert images, check out this video below:

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Star Rating

A Star Rating question allows respondents to rank a variable using stars rather than numerical values. Check below for a video on ranking questions:

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Constant Sum

A Constant Sum question allows respondents to enter numerical values for a set of variables, but requires the values to add up to a pre-specified total. This is a great question type to use when asking financial, budget related questions…

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Checkbox Grid

Checkbox Grids allow respondents to select single or multiple choices for a list of variables. For example, you could ask a question like: Please select all of the modes of transportation you’ve used each month this year. You could then…

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Net Promoter®

The Net Promoter question type is a fast and easy way for an organization to obtain their Net Promoter Score. It appears as a likert scale and can be inserted anywhere within a survey. The question asks respondents to rate…

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Drill Down

Drill Down questions allow respondents to select an answer by narrowing down their choice from a general category to a specific category. For example, you could first have respondents select which state they reside in, and then select which city…

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Semantic Differential

A Semantic Differential question allows respondents to rate a variable, or set of variables, on a scale of choices such as “Y to X” or “Very Unsatisfied to Very Satisfied”. The labels are shown at either ends of the question,…

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File Uploads

File upload questions allows respondents to upload files alongside their responses. For example, a respondent could upload their resume, a video, pictures, etc. There’s no limit on the type of file that can be uploaded, or on the number of…

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Hidden Fields

Hidden fields are questions that are only visible to the survey creator while editing the survey. They do not appear to respondents; however, the contents do appear in Analytics alongside responses. Hidden fields can store existing information, trigger survey logic,…

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