Create an assessment to gather relevant information about the respondents knowledge on specific topics. Based on their level of knowledge, you can give specific advice or information once they have completed it.
An assessment is a set of questions with score, which permits you to assess the respondent's level of knowledge about specific information, your company/product or to evaluate their personality or other traits.
This guide will teach you:
- Create a new assessment
- Write the Intro screen
- Add questions
- Edit the design
- Create Outcomes
- Add custom scores
- Advanced assessment features
- Share your assessment
1. Create a new assessment
Click Start from scratch so you can add your own questions and style.
The title and link of your questionnaire are automatically filled in. You can leave these as they are or change it the title and link.
Make sure your link is short if your respondents will have to type it themselves (e.g.: for mobile use).
Type your own questionnaire title and questionnaire link in the boxes.
2. Write the Intro screen
You could add Intro fields at your intro screen and ask some questions, for example, demographic data. We suggest leaving this for now, first build your quiz and come back later if there's information you want to ask your respondents at the beginning.
3. Add questions
You'll be shown different question types you can choose from. Choose your desired question type and click Add question.
Make sure to vary your question types so respondents do not get bored.
Don't forget to click Save changes at the top of the screen before previewing or moving to other tabs.
You don't need to do anything about the final screen, as we'll be coming to it later to add different outcomes.
4. Edit the design
5. Create Outcomes
Outcomes is a feature that shows respondents a final screen based on their answers to all questions or shows a screen based on criteria that you have specified (for example, a specific quiz score).
Outcomes feature is available for Professional, Enterprise and ReportR plans.
Outcomes feature can help you turn your questionnaire into an assessment, for example, you can tailor advice to show to respondents.
There are three different types of final screens you can choose - basic outcome, gauge outcome, and website redirect.
Start by clicking the Extra options tab.
Scroll down to Question logic and click Outcomes.
Now you can add as many final screens as you need by clicking Create outcome.
Here are the options you'll be shown to create your basic outcome screen:
- Name your outcome.
- Enter the text that will be shown to respondents. Use the rich text editor to make your text more interesting and add variables that will customize the page based on respondents' answers.
- Add an image or other media to make the page more interesting.
- Share on Facebook - turn this feature on to allow respondents to share results. You'll then be able to add the text and link that will be shared on Facebook.
- Here's where you set the rules about when to show this screen. You can base the rules on answers to the questions or contact data.
6. Add custom scores
Custom scores allow you to a variable score for each potential answer and let the application calculate a total score for each respondent. The score will not be shown to the respondent, it will only appear in the results.
Custom score feature is available for Professional, Enterprise and ReportR plans.
To enable custom score, go to the Extra options tab and toggle the button.
Now go back to your questions, and next to each answer option you can add a score.
Make sure you save changes before you continue.
You can choose between different assessment features, and use the ones that are suited the most.
7. Advanced assessment features
Formulas feature gives you loads of flexibility to specify when an outcome screen should be shown, an email template sent out, or can be used to show respondents their scores at the final screen.
Formulas feature is available for Enterprise and ReportR plans.
You can also use a formula ranking table to show to your respondents a table with their results as a final screen. Using the formulas allows you to specify exactly how respondents' scores should be calculated, as complex as you need!
Another great feature is the Question Block Custom Score table. Use this feature to show respondents how they scored in a number of different areas, ordered by highest to lowest score. A great way to give respondents immediate feedback and insight!
8. Share your assessment
Take your reports to the next level by providing respondents with a personalized PDF report of their results.