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I would like to be able to show/hide open end text fields when I have more then one in the question.
I recently did a SPAM check on an email we sent to a small sample, a good deal of which had the email sent to SPAM.
I found out that Emails wider then 620px can trigger some spam guards. Could you please reduce the max-width of the email from 650px to 620px. We want to reach the entirety of our email lists.
I've ran our emails through SPAM checkers, and found out that HTML only emails sometimes end up in SPAM. So, I did a little bit of research and found out that there is a process called Multi-part MIME. What it apparently allows is for a HTML message and a Text only message to be embedded in the same email, and if a client doesn't render HTML, it will render the text only version. What this would involve is that, much ...more »
Imagine this scenario. In a question we ask 'What were the last restaurants you visited" Where we ask them, in a single line text question with 5 text fields to insert those places. Now, imagine we'd want to ask about those five restaurants individually? We would want to pipe in what they wrote in those questions into the new questions. That is where things get tricky. Currently (Without custom scripting) you can ...more »
Currently if I try to load a large amount of data into a Dynamic Lookup table, it: A) Crashes whenever a user tries to use it B) Takes forever to edit A good example is a survey we did a few months ago on schools. We had a list of 150 schools in a dynamic lookup table, to ensure accurate names and response, but whenever someone went to the question, the page crashed. What I request is the ability to load a list from ...more »
More then once we wanted to collect more then one other in a multiple choice question. For example, in a recent survey on shopping, we has a list of different store categories, and needed to collect the following Other fields informational use. DRUG STORES [ ] ~ [ ] Other Drug Store GROCERY STORES [ ] ~ [ ] Other Grocery Store MASS MERCHANDISERS [ ] ~ [ ] Other Mass Merchandiser CLUB STORES [ ] ~ [ ] Other Club Store ...more »
***************** 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 »
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 »
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.
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 »
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 »
I suggest that you'd be able to specify a center anchor for questions like multi-point scales.