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Blog Category: Features

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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Tally Scores

Scores can be assigned to question choices. Per question scores can be viewed in Analytics, along with per survey scores (the total score of all selected choices). Instant feedback can also be provided to respondents through the Score Display question…

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Custom Scripting

All surveys support HTML and JavaScript. Custom scripts can be added to a survey to program advanced customizations. For example, if you go into the editor of a question, like the picture above, and click on Source, you can begin…

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Scoring

Scores can be assigned to question choices. These scores are than tallied as the survey respondent answers questions in the survey, and can be viewed in Analytics. You can also give respondents instant feedback of their total score by inserting…

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Re-Direct Browser

You can re-direct respondents to external URLs either at the end of their survey, or when a specific branching condition is met. For example, if a respondent answers that they’d like to try waterskiing, you could send them directly to…

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Skip to a Random Page

You can skip respondents to a random page within the survey if a particular branching condition is met. For example, if a respondent answers they’re between the age of 18-24, you could skip them to a random page within your…

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Question Based Quotas

Dynamic quotas can be implemented for individual questions within a survey. A quota places a response limit on a question. For example, you could limit a particular question to 50 responses. Once that number of responses is reached, a variety…

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