Question Types

The software has over 20 survey question types and literally hundreds of variations so you can build interesting and relevant surveys to collect the data you need. Likert scales, ranking, slider, radio buttons and drop down menus are just some of the question types available to you! Decide you’d prefer the question as a matrix? Change the question type in 1 click!

This question type displays a list of answer choices, from which the respondent may select one. The text of the question or the answer choices can be replaced by an image. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias.

This question type displays a list of answer choices, from which the respondent may select one or more choices. The text of the question or the answer choices can be replaced by an image. You can limit the number of answers respondents may select. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias.

This question type allows respondents to input responses on a scale of 0 to 10. The respondent replies by selecting the “button” of their choice on the scale. An image can replace the text of the answer or the question if you would like. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias. You can add labels to the extremes of the scale.

Here you can add up to 6 columns in the 2D Matrix and respondent selects one choice per row with the radiobuttons. An image can replace the text of the answer or the question. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias.

This question type allows respondents get to drag and drop the answer choices into their order of preference. The answer choices can also be ordered thanks to numbered dropdown menus in front of each choice. You can also limit the number of items to rank. Images can be used instead of text in the question or answer choices and the order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias. It is a powerful, visual, and interactive question type.

This question type is used to allow respondents to rate the question according to a sliding scale. It is ideal for capturing the perception of your respondent. You can choose the scale and increments as well as name the extremes of the scale. Customize the design of the slider and choose the initial position of the cursor button. It is a powerful and visual question that allows respondents to accurately record a preference or level of satisfaction.

Likert scales are used when respondents are asked to note their level of agreement or disagreement concerning an item on a numbered scale, from 0 to 20, or 1 to 5 for example. Insert emoticons or labels at the extremes of the scale. The respondent simply selects a radiobutton along the scale to show where they stand.

This question type displays a single line of open ended text box. It lets your respondents give a short response in their own words!

Even more Question Types

Matrix dropdown is used for responses ranging from 0-10 for each answer choice. An image can replace the text of the answer or the question if you would like. The respondent replies by selecting the desired response for each option. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias.

This question type allows respondents to input responses on a scale of 0 to 10. The respondent replies by moving the slider to the desired position on the slider scale. An image can replace the text of the answer or the question if you would like. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias. You can also choose the starting position for the cursor.

Here you can add up to 6 columns and the 2D Matrix dropdown is used for responses ranging from 0-10 for each answer choice. The respondent replies by selecting the desired response for each option. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias.

Here you can add up to 6 columns in the 2D Matrix and respondent selects one or more responses per row with the checkboxes. An image can replace the text of the answer or the question if you would like. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias.

Matrix dropdown is used for responses ranging from 0-10 for each answer choice. An image can replace the text of the answer or the question if you would like. The respondent replies by selecting the desired response for each option. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias.

This question type displays a list of answer choices, from which the respondent may select one. The text of the question or the answer choices can be replaced by an image. The order of responses can be displayed randomly to avoid bias.

This question type allows respondents to rank attributes by allocating scores, the sum of which should total 100. This shows the weight of importance the respondent places on each option relative to the others. The total score is shown to the respondent to insure the continuous sum equals 100.

Numerical questions limit answers to numerical characters only. The answer can also be limited to a certain number of characters. Data collected from this type of question can be manipulated and treated (calculating averages, etc...) in the analysis module.

These questions allow respondents to enter date information. You can also add an option for the respondent to add a time. For example, you can collect data concerning date of purchase, date of visit, etc…

This question type allows you to collect respondents’ email addresses. Eval&GO will verify that the response is a correctly formatted email address.

Enhance your questions with the addition of HTML code, which can be edited in the HTML source editor. If you’re familiar with HTML code, you can add additional elements that our simple editor does not have available, or simply use it to adjust colors, add bolds, etc… You can use this editor in all question types.

Add visual elements to your survey! Enhance your questions by inserting an image. You can insert a single image or add images to your questions. Images can be added to all question types.

Grab the attention of your respondents by customizing the question text. Customize font, format, alignment, background color of your text, and more!

This question type displays an open ended text box. It lets your respondents express themselves freely! Responses can later be grouped in the same paragraph whose colors and characters can be fully modified!

URL question types, as their name suggest, allows respondents to enter a URL address. Eval&GO will verify that the response is consistent with a correctly formatted URL.

This text type question only allows numerical text. You can also limit the number of characters allowed in the answer. Data collected in this way will be treated as text in your analysis which makes it ideal to collect information such as phone numbers, post codes, or client phone numbers.

Address fields allows respondents to add their physical address. You can gather this information on your respondents in order to enhance your CRM.

Question type that allows respondants to enter their first and last name

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