(@catherinecervantes)

Reporting Tools

Make infographics more customizable

Your infographic option is wonderful! However, I would like to be able to customize the following aspects of the infographic: - color schemes (including specific colors for each section/graph) - type of graph (pie chart, bar graph, line graph, etc.) - x- and y-axis labels - labels on all aspects of graphs (ex. data points) - questions displayed (would be great to hide some questions) - option to include word clouds for ...more »

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8 votes
(@webmetz)

Survey Delivery

External Reference, Tracking, and Recursive Referrals

***************** External Reference, Tracking, and Recursive Referrals ***************** We like the idea of someone being able to log in to a survey with their facebook profile, however we don't want to force that on people who were invited directly by email, as we are already tracking them by their email address and do not need them to be tracked by their Facebook information. We are aware we could have multiple ...more »

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4 votes
(@webmetz)

Survey Delivery

Email Question Branding: Multiple Footer Styles

Email/Survey Question Branding: Choose from multiple styles of QuestionPro footers. When it comes from emails from question pro, I would like if we could be able to choose from different colors of footers. The reason being is that we had to use a different email blast client with a previous client of ours, since their entire business was based off of the concept of 'green energy', and the blue footer detracted from the ...more »

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4 votes
(@webmetz)

Survey Delivery

Action Alert Configuration: Limit Data Sent

Action Alert Configuration

 

We have a question in our survey whether or not someone wants to be on a mailing list.

We like that we can include the survey response in the email, however we would like to be able to specify what survey data is sent to the email address.

The person in charge of the mailing list only needs to know information from two questions, and possibly some variables.

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4 votes
(@webmetz)

Survey Development

CSS Classes in Survey Design.

CSS Classes on Various Question Types. Could you please apply a default class to each type of question? Also, possibly allow someone to specify a class for a specific question? This will allow people with advanced HTML knowledge to customize the survey to their liking. Here are some thoughts in terms of multipoint scales, one of the most often used question types I use at work: I would give the table the class of ...more »

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7 votes
(@webmetz)

Survey Development

Choice of placing the N/A to either left or right of scale

Moving the N/A from multipoint scales to either left or right. I suggest that a person be able to choose which side of the scale that N/A appears. The reasoning behind this is that there exists the possibility of someone clicking N/A instead of the highest option on the scale, leading to inaccurate data. However, if it was on the left side of the scale, the mistake isn't as great. Here is an example: Our company ...more »

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4 votes
(@catherinecervantes)

Survey Development

Star Ratings for 10-point Scales

The new star rating question option is very cool. I primarily use 10-point scales for my rating questions, so I would love to see a 10-star option in the star rating question. It would also be great to be able to add wording above the end points and mid-point in the scale (ex. Not at all likely, Somewhat likely and extremely likely). Currently for my rating questions, we have created our own table via coding to accommodate ...more »

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-1 votes
(@pjackson)

Survey Development

Additional Comments

Can we have the option to add a comments box on a multiple choice question without having to allow mutliple entries which may lead to errors? I only want one answer and the ability to insert a comment and the work around is to allow multiple entries which can lead to errors

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3 votes
(@catherinecervantes)

Survey Delivery

Optimize surveys for mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, Android)

I love that your surveys function well on mobile devices, but I have recently seen other surveys that are completely optimized for mobile devices - these surveys look as if they were designed specifically for mobile devices - the fonts are large enough to read, the padding is appropriate for all screens and the radio buttons for the answer choices are large enough that the average-sized finger is able to easily touch ...more »

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8 votes