Below you can find a list of frequently asked questions.
What kind of Surveys can I create?
You can create a survey for anything you want! You have full control over the questions, and their possible answers.
Surveys can either be simple and straightforward, or sophisticated with lots of logic and optional questions.
How many Surveys / Questions / Responses can I have?
There are no limits. During our public alpha, everything is unrestricted and available for unlimited usage. Have fun!
Can I save what I'm working on, and publish it later?
Yes. Each change you make to your questionnaire is immediately auto-saved. Non-published surveys will appear in your dashboard until they are later published or removed.
Can I see how long a person spent answering a question?
Yes. For every submission, and each answer, you will be able to see the total amount of time the user spent filling out the questionnaire as a whole, and each question individually.
Can I limit the amount of time a user can spend answering a question?
Yes. You are able to configure an optional "time limit" for each question. When the time runs out, their answer is automatically submitted and the user moves onto the next question.
Can I limit the amount of time a user can spent on a survey / questionnaire?
Yes. You are able to configure an optional "time limit" for the overall survey. When the time runs out, their answers are automatically submitted and the questionnaire is completed.
Can I disqualify a user from taking the survey?
Yes. At any point during your questionnaire, you can disqualify users based on the users provide.
This allows for the collection of, for example, opinions from Female drivers between the age of 26 and 32 only.
Can I assign points to a question, and save the total score for each submission?
Yes. You can create comprehensive questionnaires which assign points - either negative or positive, to each question and/or response.
At the end of the questionnaire, the user's score will be saved and available for your review - however, you can choose to allow the user to see their score, too.