Step 1: Once you have completed the items in the settings page above, click on New Page (Item A below) to create your survey question
Step 2: Fill out Page Name and Description.
Step 3: Page Calculations:
- For calculating a result based on a survey participant’s responses in multiple questions you can create a formula as explained below.
As this can be quite complicated, feel free to contact email@example.com for assistance with this.
The symbols or operators to use in the calculation are:
To Sum: +
To Multiply: *
To Subtract: -
To Divide by: /
Step 1: Specify the question ID which is a numeric question type.
Step 2: Use an appropriate operator from the above list.
Step 3: Specify the next question ID which is a numeric question type after the operator.
Step 4: Insert the “=” symbol, followed by the textual answer explanation. This will appear at the top of the survey results page.
Step 5: If you would like to divide the result by 2, or add an actual number into the formula, put that number into brackets before the equals operator
Each calculation should be on a separate line.
Surround constants by brackets.
Example 1:To add the numeric answer from Question ID 1.2 and the numeric Question from ID 2.3 together you would write:
Example 2:To add the numeric answer from Question ID 1.2 and divide it by the number 2, and to sum the result with the numeric answer from Question ID 2.3 you would write:
1.2/(2) + 2.3 = Total
Example 3:To group a textual answer like currency (using question id 1.1) with a numeric answer like currency amount (using question id 1.2) you would write:
Step 4: Page Logic/Skip logic:
- To display a question only when a specific answer is provided in an earlier question, we use logic statement. Each statement should be on a separate line.
The symbols and operators to use are as follows:
Format ('QuestionID' '=' 'Answer' '=>' 'Show Question')
Example 1: If you want Question 1.2 to be displayed to the user only if the answer the user selects from the drop down in Question 1.1 is “Yes”, then you would use the following logic statement:
This can be read as IF Answer to 1.1 is “Yes” then show the user question 1.2
Example 2: If you want Question 2.5 to be displayed to the user only if the answer the user selects from the drop down in Question 1.5 is not equals to “5 Weeks”, then you would use the following logic statement:
This can be read as IF Answer to 1.5 is NOT “5 Weeks” then show the user question 2.5
Step 5: You have the option to enable activity data capture with each page of the survey. For example for a commuter survey if you wish to associate the mileage etc date to a certain building activity you can do this here. Activity data is numerical data which is normally input into specific data entry forms.
Activity data to be allocated to the correct building or asset, the respondant must first select the building the data should be allocated to. To do this, create an "Actity Data Question" below for "List of Company Building" before adding the activity data question.
Step 6: Enter Question and any guide information (item D below) for this question in the boxes provided
Step 7: Using the tick boxes you can select if certain questions are mandatory or a key question
Step 8: Select Question type from the list provided
Step 9: Ensure to press 'Save Page' (Item C below)
Step 10: For any additional pages/questions select Item B