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 -          Survey buttons: a survey features a maximum of three buttons:

-          Next

-          Previous

-          Done

The Next and Previous buttons are used to move between the pages of the survey, whereas the Done button is used when the respondent has finished the survey and leaves it. If the form contains only one page, the Next and Previous buttons are not displayed. When the respondent moves between pages by clicking Next or Previous, or when he clicks Done, their answers are automatically saved. When the respondent clicks Done, the survey is recorded as having been completed. The text displayed on these buttons may be edited; for example, Next/Previous/Done may be renamed to Forward/Back/Save.

-          Allow multiple attempts to complete: if this is selected, the respondent is allowed to have multiple answering sessions; if not, the respondent is allowed only one session. This option is useful for the test/quiz mode. If multiple sessions are allowed, the user may select:

-          Start from the first page: the respondent starts the survey from the first page, regardless of the page on which they ended their previous session;

-          Start from last active page: the respondent resumes the survey from the page on which they ended their previous session;

-          Load previous answer: if selected, the respondent can see the answers provided on their previous session; if not, they will not be able to see those answers.

-          Maximum attempts: the maximum number of attempts the respondent is allowed (between 2 and 5).

-          Shuffle questions and pages: if the survey is meant as a test/quiz, the user may not want all respondents to receive the questions in the same order.

-          Show page title: if selected, the respondent will be able to view the title of each page; if not, they will not be able to view any page title.

-          Show errors in tooltips: if selected, the respondent will receive error messages as tooltips; if not, they will receive error messages as text. If the respondent enters invalid data, or skips a question defined as required, they will be shown an error message.

-          Tooltip color: if the user selects “Show errors in tooltips”, then they may choose the color of the tooltip.

-          Error text color: selects the color of the error text.

-          Question error background: the user may select a particular background color for a question, in the event that the respondent provides an invalid answer.

-          Question error border: the user may select a particular border for a question, in the event that the respondent provides an invalid answer. May be used in conjunction with Question error background.

-          Survey background: selects the background color of the survey.

-          Question background: selects the default background color of the survey questions.

-          Show completion progress: if selected, the user will be shown a progress bar displaying the ratio between previous pages and remaining pages. Even if not selected, the number of previous pages and the total number of pages are displayed as text.

-          Show completion time: if selected, a timer will be displayed, showing the respondent how much time has elapsed since they began the survey.

-          Survey pages: you can modify the messages that are displayed to the user on various pages of the questionnaire.

 

Validation messages

If the respondent provides an invalid answer or does not provide an answer to a question defined as required, the application will display a message informing the respondent that they must edit the answer. Messages may be particularized so as to be as clear as possible for the respondent.


Message

Question Type

Explanation

Text required

Text input

Displayed if the respondent has not entered any text in the input. Effective only if the question is marked as required (“Require an Answer to This Question”).

Text too short

Text input

Displayed if the answer has a minimum required length measured as number of characters (see Text input/Min length). Effective only if Min length has been specified.

Text too long

Text input

Displayed if the answer exceeds the maximum number of characters (see Text input/Max length). Effective only is Max length has been specified.

Item selection required

One value select, Multiple value select, Dropdown

Displayed if the respondent has not selected any option from the list. Effective only if the question is marked as required (“Require an Answer to This Question”).

Other text required

One value select, Multiple value select, Dropdown

Displayed if the question includes the “Other” option, if the respondent has selected “Other” but has not filled in the text box.  Effective only if the question is marked as required (“Require an Answer to This Question”).

Buttons selection required

Evaluation

Displayed if the respondent has not selected any option from the list.  Effective only if the question is marked as required (“Require an Answer to This Question”).

Star rating selection required

Star rating

Displayed if the respondent has not selected any option from the list.  Effective only if the question is marked as required (“Require an Answer to This Question”).

Invalid date

Date input

Displayed if the entered value is not a valid as a date and/or time.

Matrix rating selection required

Matrix rating

Displayed if the respondent has not selected a value for each line and has not entered the “Other” option. Effective only if the question is marked as required (“Require an Answer to This Question”).

Multiple text boxes required

Multiple text boxes

Displayed if the respondent has not selected a value for each line and has not entered the “Other” option. Effective only if the question is marked as required (“Require an Answer to This Question”).
















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