Randomly Spread Participations Across Multiple Surveys

You can now create a single survey link that will redirect your participants randomly to one of many pre-defined surveys, allowing you to spread participations across multiple surveys. This is especially useful for monadic tests.

You simply create a new Multi-Survey Link and then define which surveys should be linked. When a participant visits your link, the system will randomly select one of your defined survey links and redirect to it.

You will be able to create Multi-Survey Links from within your account area here: My Account > Multi-Survey Links

Manage your Multi-Survey Links

You can always modify the surveys that are attached to the Multi-Survey Link, e.g. remove a specific survey variation once it has received enough responses.

Pin Answer Options to Top or Bottom of Question

You can now “pin” an answer option or a table row to the beginning or the end of the list. This is especially useful when you have applied a sorting order such as “random” to your question, but want a specific option to stay at the top or bottom.

Example of a pinned choice on a multiple-choice question
Example of a pinned choice on a multiple-choice question

When a choice is “pinned”, it will not be included in the applied sorting order. It will always stay in the same position. You will be able to pin choices/rows on many question types including Drop-Down lists, Multiple Choice Tables, and more. How it works is explained here: Answer Pinning

It is small features like this that help make the tool better, and best of all, it was added due to great feedback from our users. If you have some feedback of your own, please let us know!