Validating a survey
View Sample Survey A side-by-side matrix is a multi-dimensional matrix that presents a compact way to ask the respondent for feedback on a range of categories.Each row of the matrix question can be rated across more than one category.Constant sum questions enable respondents to weigh or assign values to the answer options.Rank Order / Drag & Drop / Constant Sum / Star Rating - Rating or drag & drop questions allows respondents to arrange items in order of their preference.Contact Information Questions can collect personal information from the respondents in a single question with the possibility of validating the zip code and phone number.The Date / Time question is designed to allow respondents to select a date, with clients having the option to display time selection as well as year range.
A matrix question is a 2-dimensional version of the Multiple Choice question type.
When you add questions to a survey, by default, validations are turned off.
When validations are not enabled, respondents can simply continue with the survey without actually selecting answers.
A side-by-side matrix is a multi-dimensional matrix that presents a compact way to ask the respondent for feedback on a range of categories.
View Sample Survey The numeric / Categorical Slider Scale Questions give respondents the ability to slide and control the rating.
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