We have a great range of question types to choose from.
This question type lets your respondents simply answer with "Yes" or "No".
Let your respondents choose one single answer from your list of answer choices. This question type is to favor over Drop-Down List questions (unless you have more than 8 answer choices).
Let your respondents choose one or many answers from your list of answer choices.
Create a rating question to ask your respondents to rate a topic using a common scale. You can choose between various types of icons as well as the number of choices (1 - 10).
Let your respondents give you a short text answer, their email address, etc. Even though the field itself is short, it will also save long text entries. It supports all kind of languages (Unicode).
Use this for questions that require long text answers, such as comments, enumerations, etc. It can save really long text answers, so no worries about that. It also supports all kind of languages (Unicode).
Use a drop-down list when you have a lot of answer choices, e.g. when asking for your respondent's nationality. If you have less than 9 choices you should rather use Multiple Choice (Single Answer).
Let your respondents easily input any date with this question type. A great way for you to collect birth dates or schedule appointments.
A form is the best way to group multiple text fields into one question. Use it for example to ask for your participant's contact details. It supports all kind of languages (Unicode).
Create a table where your respondents can select one single answer per row. You can even add a "no answer" column. Such "n/a" answers will not be considered in graphs and stats in the results.
Create a table where your respondents can select one or many answers per row.
Create a table where your respondents are only allowed to enter numbers (whole and decimal numbers). Entries can also contain all variations of decimal and thousands separators.
NPS is a simple method to measure your customers' loyalty. Based on the collected results, we will automatically show you your detractors, passives and promoters.
Add images to your questionnaire for styling purposes or as integral part of questions, e.g. for making your participants comment on a particular image.
Let your participants indicate their position between two poles (e.g. "money" vs "leisure time") by moving a slider on a scale from any range you choose. (e.g. 0 to 100)
Create a multiple choice question using images as the possible answers. This is great for getting feedback on certain images or using custom icons to represent a "scale".