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.
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!
We are happy to announce that we have another question type for you. The “Ranking” question allows your participants to order a list of choices by priority, opinion, etc., using drag and drop.
When a participant drops a choice into the right-side container, it will automatically be “ranked” by number.
In your survey results, you will find detailed information about the ranking. The question’s items will be ordered by overall rank as well as show their distribution (how many times first, second, etc.).
We are happy to include this question type in the tool for you and hope you find it to be a useful addition to your online survey.
We are happy to announce today that we have taken survey reporting to the next level by introducing the “Cross Tabulation” filter.
Sharing your online survey with a wide variety of participants is a great way to get rich and informative data in your survey report. Although having all of the responses bundled together in the report provides a great overview, on many occasions it would be nice to focus on a specific group.
Now, with Cross Tabulation, you can filter your survey results based on answers provided by your participants. When the filter is set, all of the results in the report will be updated, showing you only data based on the responses from participants who answered what you have filtered.
You can set “cross tab” filters on any closed question in your survey. For example, question “How old are you?” could have a filter set on “25 – 34”. You will then only see aggregated results – across your entire report – of participants who have answered the question with “25 – 34”.
This was a popular feature request and we are delighted to be able to include it in the tool for you.
We have just launched the ability for you to organize your surveys into categories using labels. Like “folders”, this lets you group your surveys into different categories, allowing you to tidy up your workspace, in case that you have many different surveys.
Unlike working with folders, you can assign multiple labels to one single survey. For example, you may want to label your “template” surveys with the “Template” label but also with the “Work” label. This makes it even easier to find the survey you are looking for. You can create as many labels as you need.
We think this is a really flexible way for you to organize your surveys and hope you find it as useful as we do!