Multiple access types
Respondents can access survey’s via personalised dashboard pages, learning modules, or by clicking a link in an 'invite email'.
Multiple question types
Questions can be presented in multiple ways including multi choice, multi select, numerical, matching phrases, written, or use predefined rating sets.
Organise questions in longer surveys into sections that are topical and manageable for participants.
Create 'cover questions' that work in combination with a group of questions that hold a similar structure, such as a classic rating 'out of 5'.
During setup of a quiz, configure as desired to display section headings, question navigation and back buttons as required.
Set maximum time limits for completion of questions, including time out after a predefined period of time.
Allow users multiple access if required, with the ability to continue from where they left off.
Display start and finish messages relevant to your survey.
Multiple languages & Audio
Allow for questions to be in entered and presented in multiple languages, and load supporting audio for each question so users who struggle to read will have equal access.
Dynamically drive which questions are displayed based on answers to prior questions.
Upload bulk respondents, manage user response, clear unanswered questions, clone surveys, or review answers on a wholesale basis.
University of Auckland Youth Survey
A complex survey system was required to gather important information about the health and wellbeing of New Zealand's teenagers.