Survey Development

Ideas and suggestions around survey development, question types and logic.

Survey Development

Submitted by (@robhoehn)

Grid Style Question Type for Images

Problem: Lots of customers like to create questions with images in them. However, right now, you need to be HTML savvy to create these questions.

 

Solution: Add a question type that is a 4x4 (or whatever) grid, and people set the image that'll go in each box. Each box will of course have a radio or check box (depending on if they want multi-select or select-one).

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13 votes

Survey Development

Submitted by (@esmeet7)

Centering Radio Buttons with Text on Multi-point Scales

When using a multi-point scale question (e.g., Likert scale) in QuestionPro, the text sometimes wraps onto several lines on the left side of the scale (depending on how much space you give for the question/answer). Unfortunately, the radio buttons don't adjust to the number of rows of text. As such, the radio buttons are always at the top of the text and appear off-center. This can be particularly annoying when the ...more »

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5 votes

Survey Development

Submitted by (@isha.malhotra)

Query

Hi, This is Isha. I have a corporate account with question pro and I have made a survey. I am facing an issue where if a question is made mandatory with astric sign and I can not give an optional comment box with every option. Comment box is also coming as mandatory field which I dont want. Upon talking to Danish, I was adviced this can not be done as there is no option available. I need help to resolve this so I can ...more »

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-1 votes

Survey Development

Submitted by (@jmerson)

Two-scale side-by-side matrix

I'd like to ask my users a two part question. To categorize each row, and then rank their familiarity with it. However, as is, the side-by-side matrix needs the same scale on both sides. I've attached an example. Such as: ___Categorize Each | Describe familiarity ________ A B C D | Low Med High Product I...o o o o | o ... o ... o Product II...o o o o | ...more »

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2 votes

Survey Development

Submitted by (@jamie.kristofco)

Perform Calculations Based on Who Answers the Question

I am trying to create a survey where I want to give my top producers more weight. For example, I would like their answer to be weighted for every $100,000 in revenue.

 

Example:

Tom, who sold $340,000 of product, would have his vote weighted 3 times, compared to Jill who sold $130,000 (her answer would only be weighted once).

 

It would be helpful to be able to do this type of calculation...

 

Thanks!

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-15 votes

Survey Development

Submitted by (@meiliang)

Combined matrix question type

It would be very helpful if a matrix question can combine a single answer question (like a dropdown list or radio button choices) and a spreadsheet. Example of a possible matrix: row choices dropdown spreadsheet Shirt yellow 40 Socks red 100 Scarf blue 3 The first column contains row choices. Respondent can pick one color from a dropdown list in the second ...more »

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7 votes

Survey Development

Submitted by (@dougscherer)

Matrix optimization / Device Data

Two suggestions: 1. Need to find a way to optimize matrix questions for survey respondents who use smartphones to respond to surveys instead of desktops. Also would be nice if the display width can be adjusted in 5% increments rather than 10%. 2. Would also be nice if device data (smartphone/tablet/desktop) could be captured as an automatic field. It's available in reporting, but not available to be part of the ...more »

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4 votes