Change the title and link of your survey to something that is more meaningful for your project. The questionnaire title is the name you can give to your questionnaire to help define its focus. The questionnaire link is the URL through which you can share your questionnaire with others.
This guide will teach you:
1. Create questionnaire
Start by Creating your questionnaire in the Home tab.
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Now you've added your new questionnaire, you'll see this screen. The title and link of your questionnaire are automatically filled in. You can leave these as they are or change them to something more meaningful to your project.
2. Questionnaire title
We recommend choosing a title containing the subject, event, or company name in order to find your survey or quiz quickly in your dashboard. The title will be visible to you and to respondents in their browser tab or as the title of the shortcut on their tablet or smartphone.
Maximum character number for Questionnaire title is 45.
3. Questionnaire link
The text in the grey box is standard since this is the first part of the URL. (If you do want to change this, you want to White label' your survey. You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Make sure the last part of your URL
- Short (fast and easy to type)
- Simple (easy to remember)
- Meaningful (your respondents will see this)
Maximum character number for Questionnaire link is 20.
- The final screen aims to give a final message to your respondents, thank them for participating, give further instructions or leave some extra information. This the also the page where you can add your social media icons to enable your respondents to like or share your survey, your Facebook page or website.
- The intro screen is the first page your respondents will see when they're taking your questionnaire. When you're sending out a questionnaire, you'll want to give your respondents a bit of information before they start and this is where you can do it.
- You can pre-fill the Intro fields (learn more about Intro fields ) to save respondents time and get their attention. If you have a field asking for the respondent's name, use a URL parameter to pre-fill this field if you already know their name and simply ask respondents to check the spelling, rather than making them enter data unnecessarily.