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Survey 2.0 Design

Overview

After a new Survey is created, Admins can add and configure Sections, Pages, and Questions for the Survey in the Design page. For more information about how to create a Survey, refer to the Create a Survey article.

In the Design page, the following list is displayed under Pages & Questions on the left pane:

  1. Pages
  2. Sections
  3. Questions

You can move Sections and Questions between the pages in this area and change their order. You can also edit Pages and Sections names and delete them.

These items are considered as nested, where Questions are under Sections and Sections are under survey Pages.

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Survey Pages

Pages are useful to help divide the survey into different sections. A survey will always have at least one page. Survey participants will only view one page at time.

To add a survey Page:

  1. Click + on the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Page option.A new page appears in the left panel of the Design page under Pages & Questions.
  3. Click the edit icon of the newly added page to name it.

Survey Sections

Sections are useful to help divide the Page into different areas of focus. Having different sections can help direct survey participant’s thoughts to a specific idea or topic. It can also help you to organize related questions in one area.

To add a survey Section:

  1. Click + on the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Section option. A new section appears in the left panel of the Design page under Pages & Questions.
  3. Enter the required Section name in the Section Label text box.
  4. Enter the required Description/Content in the Section Content text box.
    Note: You can also perform Rich Text Editing on the text you have entered and the same is applicable for section Translate.
  5. Click  at the bottom-right of the page to save the section.

Survey Questions

Gainsight recommends developing your survey questions and deciding which question types to use before you set them up in Gainsight. The following types of questions are available:

  • Multiple Choice 
  • Net Promoter Score (NPS®) 
  • Customer Satisfaction (CSAT)
  • Star Rating 
  • Ranking 
  • Matrix
  • Text 

Questions are nested within survey sections. If no sections have been added, questions appear directly in a survey page.

Note: It is not possible to edit the question type once the question is created.

To add a survey question:

  1. Click + on the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Question option. Select a question window appears.
  3. Select the type of question you would like to add. You can also import a saved question from the Question Library.
  4. Enter a Question Title, ie. the text of the actual question.
  5. Fill out the rest of the question based on the type.
  6. Click the  at the bottom-right of the Design tab to save it. You can also click the icon to abort adding the question.

Question Tokenization

Tokens are placeholder fields derived from the Survey Participant object such as attributes from Company, Company Person, Relationship, Relationship Person and Associated Object (CSAT case). You can add tokenized fields in survey questions.

To add a token to survey question:

  1. Enter @ in the question title. 
  2. Select a token option appears. Enter the following details:
    1. Default Value: Enter default value in the text box. If there are Null values or values of the Token are missing, the default value will be populated in the Token field.
    2. Select Object: If the Survey entity type is Company, you can select Company or Company Person Object. If the Survey entity type is Relationship, you can select Relationship or Relationship Person.
    3. Search: You can search the field or select it from the list. 
    4. Click Save.
  3. Click the blue checkmark icon at the bottom-right of the Design page to save.

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If the survey type is Transactional, you can select Associated Object and can select a token on Associated Field.

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You can view which Object and Field is associated with the Token when you hover on the Token.

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You can build reports on the Survey flattened objects and you can view the Tokenized questions as fields. These Tokenized question fields are labelled as Token_XX_. For more information on Survey Flattening, refer to the Survey Flattening Overview article.

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Limitations:

  • Tokenized questions are only available for non-anonymous surveys in order to accurately populate the token field with correct data.
  • You cannot add a Question with token fields to the question library.
  • Tokenization in Survey Questions is not supported for translated questions. Translation needs to be performed on the default value only. 

Question Types

Multiple Choice

The Multiple Choice question allows you to add a list of multiple answers as options. This enables participants to select one answer from the list of multiple answers added in the survey Design page. 

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To add a Multiple Choice question type:

  1. Click + in the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Question option.
  3. Select Multiple Choice as a question type.
  4. Enter the following in the question:
    1. Question Title: Type the title of a question visible to the survey participants.
    2. Add Image (Optional): Add an image to be displayed as part of the question.
    3. Enter the Option Here: Type the list of the answers as options.
      • Click + to add another blank answer option.
      • Click X to remove an added option.
      • Click and hold 6 dots icon right to an answer option to move it to another position to arrange/rearrange them in a specific order.
    4. Select the following options as required:
      • Mark as Internal: Enables you to add internal questions for internal teams to respond to. These questions are not visible in the survey for the participants. Selecting this option disables the Answer Required checkbox. Internal responses can be used in situations where a participant is unable to complete the survey, such as when an employee conducts a survey over the phone.
      • Active: On selecting this, the question is displayed in the survey to the participants.
      • Required: On selecting this, participants must answer the question to submit survey.
      • Control Type: You can select one of the control types for the answer options. Available options include:
        • Radio: Participants can select only one option as their answer. The list of options appear below the question.
        • Checkbox: Participants can select more than one option as their answer. The list of options appear below the question.
        • Drop Down Single Select: Participants can select one option from a list that appears when they click the answer field.
        • Drop Down Multi Select: Participants can select multiple options from a list that appears when they click the answer field.
      • Answer Scoring:  This is to assign each answer a weighted score. This is only available with the Radio Control Type.
      • Add “Other” Option: Enables participants to select “Other” as their answer.
        • Other Label: You can change the display name of the “Other” option.
      • Layout: Vertical or Horizontal can be selected to display the answers to participants accordingly.
      • Flattening Label: Enter the Flattening display label for this question. For more information on Survey Flattening, refer to the Survey Flattening article.
      • Allow Comments: Enables participants to include free form text with their answer.
        • Comment Label: Display name in the comments box.
      • Make Comment Mandatory: Select this to make a comment mandatory.
        Note: If you enable this option, the respective question also becomes mandatory to answer.
  5. Click PREVIEW to see preview of the question and its configuration in a new tab. You have three options to see previews in the Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile modes. For more information, refer to the Preview section.
  6. Click  at the bottom-right of the page to save the question and its configuration.

NPS®

The Net Promoter Score® (NPS®) question type is a scoring model for measuring customer satisfaction. This type of question asks respondents to rate the product or service on a scale of 0 to 10, and then divides respondents into Promoters, Passive, and Detractors. Only 1 NPS® question can be added to a survey.

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To add a NPS® question type:

  1. Click + at the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Question option.
  3. Select NPS® as a question type.
  4. Enter the following in the question:
    1. Question Title: Type the title of the question visible to survey participants. By default, the question is “How likely is it that you would recommend us to a friend or colleague?” You can edit the text while configuring the question.
    2. Add Image (Optional): Add an image to be displayed as part of the question.
    3. Select the following options as required:
      • Active: On selecting this, the question is displayed in the survey to the participants.
      • Required: On selecting this, participants must answer the question to submit survey.
      • Flattening Label: Enter the Flattening display label for this question. For more information on Survey Flattening, refer to the Survey Flattening article.
      • Allow Comments: Enables participants to include free form text with their answer.
        • Comment Label: Display name in the comments box.
      • Make Comment Mandatory: Select this to make a comment mandatory.
        Note: If you enable this option, the respective question also becomes mandatory to answer.
      • Show Smileys: On selecting this, it displays a color scale and smiling/frowning faces with the NPS® scale. This option disables the Show Neutral option.
      • Show Neutral: On selecting this, it displays a “Neutral” label above the middle of the NPS® scale.
  5. Click PREVIEW to see preview of the question and its configuration in a new tab. You have three options to see previews in the Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile modes. For more information, refer to the Preview section.
  6. Click  at the bottom-right of the page to save the question and its configuration.

CSAT

The CSAT is a direct question to measure Customer Satisfaction. It asks respondents to rate your product, process or service by selecting the labels on a scale of 1 to 5, and then divides respondents into Promoters, Passive and Detractors. The default labels and scores are; Very Dissatisfied (1), Dissatisfied (2), Neutral (3), Satisfied (4) and Very Satisfied (5). You can change the labels as required. Only 1 CSAT question can be added to a survey.

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To add a CSAT question type:

  1. Click + at the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Question option.
  3. Select CSAT as a question type.
  4. Enter the following in the question:
    1. Question Title: The question that is visible to participants.
    2. Add Image: Add an optional image to be displayed with the question.
    3. Select the following options as required:
      • Active: When checked, the question is displayed in the survey.
      • Required: Respondent must answer the question to submit a survey.
      • Matrix Question: Select this option to add a subquestion to the CSAT question.
        Note: Once you select the Matrix Question option and save it, you cannot deselect it.
        • Subquestions: Enter a subquestion or item for participants to rate. Clicking the plus icon adds another blank option. Clicking the X icon removes the option. The order of the subquestions can be changed by clicking the 6 dots to the right of a subquestion and dragging it to a new position.
      • Layouts: Select the format for the labels layout. Available options include Radio(Score), Radio(Text) and Star.
      • Reverse Order: When checked, the labels display in reverse order. This option is visible only when you select Default or Radio(Text) layout.
      • Flattening Label: Enter the Flattening display label for this question. For more information on Survey Flattening, refer to the Survey Flattening article.
      • Allow Comments: Check this to give participants the option to include free form text with their answer.
        • Comment Label: Change the display name of the comments field.
      • Make Comment Mandatory: Select this to make a comment mandatory.
        Note: If you enable this option, the respective question also becomes mandatory to answer.
  5. Click PREVIEW to see preview of the question and its configuration in a new tab. You have three options to see previews in the Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile modes. For more information, refer to the Preview section.
  6. Click  at the bottom-right of the page to save the question and its configuration.

Star Rating

You can add a Star Rating question. This enables respondents to rate a response to your question with number of Stars. You can configure the question in a scale of either 3, 5, 7, or 10 stars.

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To add a Star Rating question type:

  1. Click + at the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Question option.
  3. Select Star Rating as question type.
  4. Enter the following in the question:
    1. Question Title: Type the title of the question visible to survey participants.
    2. Add Image (Optional): Add an image to be displayed as part of the question.
    3. Select the following options as required:
      • Mark as Internal:  Enables you to add internal questions for internal teams to respond to. These questions are not visible in the survey for the participants. Selecting this option disables the Answer Required check box. Internal responses can be used in situations where a participant is unable to complete the survey, such as when an employee conducts a survey over the phone.
      • Active: On selecting this, the question is displayed in the survey to the participants.
      • Required: On selecting this, participants must answer the question to submit survey.
      • Number of Stars: You can select a 3, 5, 7, or 10 stars scale. 3, 5, 7, and 10 stars enable participants to select 1 out of 3, 5, 7, 10 scale respectively.
      • Flattening Label: Enter the Flattening display label for this question. For more information on Survey Flattening, refer to the Survey Flattening article.
      • Allow Comments: Enables participants to include free form text with their answer.
        • Comment Label: Display name in the comments box.
      • Make Comment Mandatory: Select this to make a comment mandatory.
        Note: If you enable this option, the respective question also becomes mandatory to answer.
  5. Click PREVIEW to see preview of the question and its configuration in a new tab. You have three options to see previews in the Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile modes. For more information, refer to the Preview section.
  6. Click  at the bottom-right of the page to save the question and its configuration.

Ranking

The Ranking question type asks respondents to compare items to each other by dragging and dropping them in order of preference. The following image shows a ranking question from the survey participant’s view.

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To add a Ranking question type:

  1. Click + at the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Question option.
  3. Select Ranking as a question type.
  4. Enter the following for the question:
    1. Question Title: Type the title of the question visible to survey participants.
    2. Add Image (Optional): Add an image to be displayed as part of the question.
    3. Enter the Option Here: Type the list of the answers as options.
      • Click + to add another blank answer option.
      • Click X to remove an added option.
      • Click and hold 6 dots icon right to an answer option to move it to another position to arrange them in a specific order.
    4. Select the following options as required:
      • Mark as Internal: Enables you to add internal questions for internal teams to respond to. These questions are not visible in the survey for the participants. Selecting this option disables the Answer Required check box. Internal responses can be used in situations where a participant is unable to complete the survey, such as when an employee conducts a survey over the phone.
      • Active: On selecting this, the question is displayed in the survey to the participants.
      • Required: On selecting this, participants must answer the question to submit the survey.
      • Flattening Label: Enter the Flattening display label for this question. For more information on Survey Flattening, refer to the Survey Flattening article.
      • Allow Comments: Enables participants to include free form text with their answer.
        • Comment Label: Display name for the comments box.
      • Make Comment Mandatory: Select this to make a comment mandatory.
        Note: If you enable this option, the respective question also becomes mandatory to answer.
  5. Click PREVIEW to see preview of the question and its configuration in a new tab. You have three options to see previews in the Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile modes. For more information, refer to the Preview section.
  6. Click  at the bottom-right of the page to save the question and its configuration.

Matrix

The Matrix question type is a 2-dimensional version of the Multiple Choice question type. This type of question is arranged like a table, where the questions are listed on the left and answer choices across the top. This question type enables participants to collect answers to multiple questions in a single frame.

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To add a Matrix question type:

  1. Click + at the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Question option.
  3. Select Matrix as a question type.
  4. Enter the following in the question:
    1. Question Title: Type the title of the question visible to the survey participants.
    2. Add Image (Optional): Add an image to be displayed as part of the question.
    3. Subquestions: Enter a subquestion or item for participants to rate.
      • Click + to add another subquestion.
      • Click X to remove the subquestion.
      • Click and hold the 6 dots icon right to an answer option to move it to another position to arrange them in a specific order.
    4. Answers: Write answers for each subquestion.
      • Click + to add another subquestion.
      • Click X to remove the subquestion.
      • Click and hold the 6 dots icon right to an answer option to move it to another position to arrange them in a specific order.
    5. Select the following options as required:
      • Mark as Internal: Enables you to add internal questions for internal teams to respond to. These questions will not be visible in the survey for participants. Selecting this option disables the Answer Required check box. Internal responses can be used in situations where a participant is unable to complete the survey, such as when an employee conducts a survey over the phone.
      • Active: On selecting this, the question is displayed in the survey to the participants.
      • Required: On selecting this, participants must answer the question to submit survey
      • Control Type: You can select one of the control types for the answer options. Available options include:
        • Radio: Participants can select only one option as their answer. The list of options appear below the question.
        • Checkbox: Participants can select more than one option as their answer. The list of options appear below the question.
      • Answer Scoring: This is to assign each answer a weighted score. This is only available for the Radio Control Type.
      • Flattening Label: Enter the Flattening display label for this question. For more information on Survey Flattening, refer to the Survey Flattening article.
      • Allow Comments: Enables participants to include free form text with their answer.
        • Comment Label: Display name of the comments box.
      • Make Comment Mandatory: Select this to make a comment mandatory.
        Note: If you enable this option, the respective question also becomes mandatory to answer.
  5. Use Matrix Single answer per row (radio): when a grouping of questions use the same choices and a single answer can be chosen for each question. The rows are the questions and the columns are the possible answers.
  6. Use Matrix Multiple answers per row (checkboxes): when a grouping of questions use the same choices and multiple answers can be chosen for each question. The rows are the questions and the columns are the possible answers.
  7. Click PREVIEW to see preview of the question and its configuration in a new tab. You have three options to see previews in the Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile modes. For more information, refer to the Preview section.
  8. Click  at the bottom-right of the page to save the question and its configuration.

Text

You can add Text question type for open ended questions. This enables participants to write an answer in free form text to the question in the answer text box.

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To add a Question of type Text:

  1. Click + at the bottom-right of the Design page.
  2. Select the Question option.
  3. Select Text as a question type.
  4. Enter the following in the question:
    1. Question Title: Type the title of question visible to the survey participants.
    2. Add Image (Optional): Add an image to be displayed as part of the question.
    3. Select the following options as required:
      • Mark as Internal: Enables you to add internal questions for internal teams to respond to. These questions are not visible in the survey for the participants. Selecting this option disables the Answer Required check box. Internal responses can be used in situations where a participant is unable to complete the survey, such as when an employee conducts a survey over the phone.
      • Active: On selecting this, the question is displayed in the survey to the participants.
      • Required: On selecting this, participants must answer the question to submit survey.
      • Control Type: You can select one of the control types for the answer options. Available options include:
        • Short Text: The default character limit is 50 but you can select an option to configure 30-130 characters.
          • Character Limit: You can select the maximum number of characters, a participant can input their answer. This option is only available for the Short Text Control Type.
        • Long Text: You can configure the number of rows and columns available. The character limit is 4000.
          • Rows: You can select the number of rows, a participant can use for their answer. This option is only available for the Long Text Control Type.
        • Integer: Only whole numbers can be used to answer this question. The character limit is 10.
        • Number: Only numbers can be used to answer this question. The character limit is 10.
      • Flattening Label: Enter the Flattening display label for this question. For more information on Survey Flattening, refer to the Survey Flattening article.
      • Text Label: You can enter the required text label. In the following image Description is used as example.
  5. Click PREVIEW to see preview of the question and its configuration in a new tab. You have three options to see previews in the Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile modes. For more information, refer to the Preview section.
  6. Click  at the bottom-right of the page to save the question and its configuration.

​Actions

After a question is created, additional setting options available at right of the page when the question is selected. Following is the list of additional settings:

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  • Add Logic: Add Display and Skip logic rules to the question. For more information on this process, refer to the Logic Options section.
  • Translate: If the survey only has one language currently configured, click this to add more languages on the Properties tab. If multiple languages have been added to the survey, click this to navigate to the Question Translation page.

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You can select the language you would like to translate the question into and then add translations for each text element of the question. The View Summary option shows the percentage of translation completed for each question. This percentage is shown for each language used by the survey.

  • Add to Library: Add the question to the Question Library. For more information on this process, refer to the Surveys 2.0 Question Library article.
  • Edit: Change the question’s configurations.
  • Clone: Clone the question within the survey.
  • Delete: Delete the question. After selecting this, a pop-up window will display asking you to confirm the deletion.

Importing Questions from Question Library

When adding new questions to a survey, you have the option to import an existing question from the Question Library using the following steps:

  1. Navigate to Surveys 2.0 and open an existing survey, or create a new survey to add the imported question. For more information on creating surveys from the Survey 2.0 list view, refer to the Surveys 2.0 Overview article.
  2. Click + in the bottom-right of the Design page.
  3. Select the option Question.
  4. Select Import from Library as Question option. Folders in the Question Library appear.
  5. In the library menu, select the folder (on the left pane) to open and select the question and answer options to be imported. Select the checkbox to add any question to your survey. You can add more than one question and you may edit the question or answer options after import.
  6. Click  at the bottom-right of the page.

Preview

To preview your survey at any time, click the PREVIEW option in the upper right. 

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This opens your survey in a new window and shows you what the survey looks like for participants. 

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  1. Survey Title: The title of the survey being previewed.
  2. Survey Question Preview: Preview the survey’s questions and test the answer options.
  3. Submit Survey: Test submitting answers to the survey. These preview answers will not be recorded and tracked as part of analytics.
  4. Select Language: Change the language of the survey preview. Only the language options you have configured in the Properties tab will be available here.
  5. Refresh Answers: Click this to reset the answers of the preview questions to blank.
  6. Preview Style: Change the layout of the preview from desktop, tablet, or mobile.

Logic Options

As you design your survey, you can apply the following logic features to control the behavior of your survey and enhance the quality of your data.

Display Logic

When you select Display Logic for a question, the question will be shown only when the conditions set by you are met. There are five potential display types available when applying display logic to a question as listed below:

  • Question
  • Company
  • Company Person
  • Relationship
  • Relationship Person

Note: The survey’s entity type determines which display types are available. You can select the Company and Company Person display types for Company surveys, and Relationship and Relationship Person display types for Relationship surveys.

Question 

If you select this option, Display Logic allows you to show/hide a survey question, displaying it only to participants when they select a particular answer option (condition/rule) to an earlier question. This Logic is useful for follow-up questions and can be included on a single page.

Example: You have added the following two Questions:

  1. Please rate on below scale, How was your product Experience? (Answer scale is 0 to 10)
  2. How can we improve your product experience?

You can apply Display Logic to the second question mentioned above. It should now be displayed only to the participants who selected any one of 0 thru 6 answer options in the scale. This configuration is shown in the steps below.

Here are the steps to set this feature for your survey questions:

  1. Under the Design tab, create a survey or select an existing survey to edit.
    Note: Ensure that you have added all questions, and finalized their order, before applying Display Logic.
  2. Select a Question on which you want to apply display logic.
  3. Click Add Logic. Add/Edit logic dialog appears.
  4. Apply Display Logic configuration to the above use case as shown below:
    1. Select Type as Question.
    2. Select the required previous question on which you want to apply a rule.
    3. Select the answer options of the previous question to make sure that the current question is displayed to the participants who have answered with one of the selected answer options of previous question. 
    4. Click + to add multiple rules. Each rule is identified with an alphabet letter.
    5. Change operator between multiple rules in the Expression option. You can see AND operator by default but you can change to OR operator between rules as required.
    6. Click SAVE. The current Survey Question will be displayed to the participants as per the above logic.

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Company

If you select this option, Display Logic allows you to show a question to the list of participants that match with the rule filter criteria applied on fields in the Company object. 

Example: You can display the current question to the participants that are part of all your company records with Status Active.

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Company Person

If you select this option, Display Logic allows you to show a question to the list of participants that match with the rule filter criteria applied on fields in the Company Person object. 

Example: You can display the current question to the participants that are part of all the people records in the Company Person object with Role Admin.

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Relationship

If you select this option, Display Logic allows you to show a question to the list of participants that match with the rule filter criteria applied on fields in the Relationship object. 

Example 1: You can display the current question to the participants that are part of all your Relationship records with Status Active or you can display the current question to the participants that are part of a specific Relationship name.

Example 2: You can display the current question to the participants that are part of a specific Relationship name.

Relationship Person

If you select this option, Display Logic allows you to show a question to the list of participants that match with the rule filter criteria applied on fields in the Relationship Person object. 

Example: You can display the current question to the participants that are part of all the people records in the Relationship Person object with Role Admin.

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Limitations/Conditions

  • This is not applicable to the first question.
  • If preceding question is internal or inactive type, display logic doesn’t work for the later questions.
  • This is applicable for all question types.
  • If a header is selected, no rule is allowed.
  • A rule cannot be added if selected question is used in a Program.

When you select Display Logic for a question, the question will be shown only when the conditions set by you are met.

That means Display Logic allows you to show/hide a survey question, displaying it only to participants when they select a particular answer option (condition/rule) to an earlier question. This Logic is useful for follow-up questions and can be included on a single page.

Here are the steps to set this feature for your survey questions:

  1. Under the Design tab, create a survey or select an existing survey to edit.
  2. Ensure that you have added all questions, and finalized their order, before applying Display Logic.

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Limitations/Conditions

  • This is not applicable to the first question.
  • If preceding question is internal or inactive type, display logic doesn’t work for the later questions.
  • This is applicable for all question types of questions.
  • If a header is selected, no rule is allowed

* All the questions to be used inside a rule must not be internal and must be active.

Skip Logic

Selecting Skip Logic option improves the survey experience:

Once you create your survey questions, you can add Skip Logic to customize them. Based on the respondent’s answer to a question, they can skip over a section containing irrelevant questions.

  • Add Skip Logic once you complete adding, ordering, and editing your survey questions. Later you can make changes only after removing skip logic.
  • Skip Logic makes the survey process quicker and smoother for your respondents.

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Limitations/Conditions

  • This is applicable on all question types except Text and Ranking.
  • This is not applicable to inactive or internal questions.
  • This is not applicable to the last survey question added.
  • When Skip Logic is selected, mandatory questions are not considered while jumping pages.
  • This skip pattern varies based on the rules that you define for the respondent.

Rules cannot be added if:

  • Selected question is the last question
  • Selected question type is text or ranking
  • Selected question is a header
  • Selected question is used in a Program

* All the questions to be used inside a rule must not be internal and must be active.

NPS, Net Promoter, and Net Promoter Score are registered trademarks of Satmetrix Systems, Inc., Bain & Company and Fred Reichheld.
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