Help for Custom Question Types

If you wish to add some Custom Questions to your survey, we have listed below some help on the different types of questions you can include in your survey.

1 – Yes / No question

This is a question that can only have two answers, yes or no!

2 – Free format text box to type any answer in

This is a question where you want to give your parents the opportunity to enter free format text replies.

3 – Multiple choice – allow only 1 answer.

This is a question where you can provide multiple choices for the user to select from, but they can only select one answer. When providing this type of response we need to know what the question will be, then under Answer Option provide us with each individual answer. For each answer, add the first in the text box, then click “Add Answer” to give you another text box to add the next answer, and then so on for each answer that will be offered to the user.

4 – Multiple choice – multiple answers allowed.

This is a question where you can provide multiple choices for the user to select from, and they can select one or more answers. When providing this type of response we need to know what the question will be, then under Answer Option provide us with each individual answer. For each answer, add the first in the text box, then click “Add Answer” to give you another text box to add the next answer, and then so on for each answer that will be offered to the user.

5 – Scale of Strongly Agree / Agree / Disagree / Strongly Disagree / Don’t Know.

This is a question the user can select from one of the five options – Strongly Agree / Agree / Disagree / Strongly Disagree / Don’t Know. This type of question, also known as the Likert scale is widely used in questionnaires to gauge the user’s emotions on the statement question. The user can only select one answer.

6 – Rating scale 1 – 10.

This is a question the user can select a rating from 1 – 10. For this question you also need to provide the labels to describe the lower end of the scale as well as a label to describe the upper end of the scale.