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How to use URL Variables in your Questionnaire

You can use URL variables (also called "GET parameter", "query strings", "hidden fields" or "hidden values") to dynamically display content in your survey. This is especially useful when you would like to add a touch of personalization to your survey, e.g. including the participant's name in a question. How do I use dynamic content in ...
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How to Customize your Survey Layout with CSS

You can add your own custom CSS to your online surveys. This will allow you to change the look and feel of your questionnaire to match your brand or website. This feature requires knowledge of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). We recommend involving your web-team if you want to make use of this feature. Create a custom ...
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How to Show or Hide Questions with Display Logic

With Display Logic you can dynamically show/hide elements or entire pages from your participants based on their previous answers. Here is a very simply example of what you can achieve: How do I apply Display Logic? First, you need to create the element or page that you want to dynamically show or hide. For each ...
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How to Organize your Online Surveys with Labels

You can organize your surveys into categories using labels. Sorting your surveys with labels offers more benefits than using something like folders, because you can add multiple labels to surveys instead of just being able to put a survey into a single folder. How does it work? If you navigate to the "My Surveys" area of ...
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How to Make your Online Survey Completely Anonymous

The main goal of an anonymous survey is to get true and honest responses. However, your participants will most probably not be able to verify that your survey is indeed anonymous and doubts regarding anonymity often lead to dishonest responses and skewed data. This is why we offer an "Anonymous Survey" option that you can ...
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How to Limit the Number of Choices in a Multiple Choice Question

You can limit the number of choices a participant can select in a multiple choice question. You can define both minimum and/or maximum amount of allowed choices. For example, when you have a question with many choices, but you would like each participant to only select a maximum of 3 answers. How do I limit the choices? These options ...
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Create your Online Survey in Multiple Languages

You can create or translate one of your existing surveys into any language. We provide a built-in translation editor which makes the translation of your survey very easy. Providing your survey in the participants first language will not only help with your response rate, but will also give you more accurate and detailed results. How ...
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Creating Complex Online Surveys with Skip Logic

Your survey should be as easy to complete as possible. Too many pages with questions that don’t relate to the participant can lead to more drop offs and incomplete results. Skip Logic gives you the ability to skip certain pages based on what participants have answered. If somebody already answers that they like cats, then ...
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Get Started: Create your First Survey

[number_header number="1"]Create a New Survey[/number_header] To create a new survey, make sure you are logged in and then click on the "Create New Survey" button on the upper right side of your account area. This will open up the Create New Survey Overlay. Give your survey a name and click the "Start" button when you are done. ...
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Change the Survey Theme

A Survey Theme will allow you to change the style of your survey. The left side panel contains all of the themes that are available to you. Click on any theme to see a preview. If the theme you are previewing is the one you want to use, then click on the "Apply" button. Clicking the "Apply ...
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Preview & Test your Online Surveys

We recommend that you preview and test any survey before sending it out into the wild. By previewing your survey, you can make sure that all questions and settings are correct and that everything is in the right order. Giving your survey a look over and doing a test participation, as if you were a respondent, will help ...
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