Each survey has his own individual settings. This page includes an overview of all settings within the Build Survey Page.
The Survey Name is the internal name for your survey and will appear in your survey list. Participants will not see this name.
The description entered in this box may include an explanation for e.g. colleagues. This description is also displayed on the title page of the downloaded Word file.
lf the Enable code access setting is checked and you have selected
- a sample, then the survey link will open the Please enter your invitation code page. After the participant has entered the code assigned to him/her (located in the sample) and clicked the Continue to survey button, the survey to be filled in will be displayed.
- a panel, then the survey link will open a page in which the participant has to provide a login (e-mail address) and a password. After this participant has entered his/her e-mail address and the password assigned to him/her (located in the panel) and has clicked the Continue to survey button, the survey to be filled in will be displayed.
The “Back Button” setting enables or disables the “Back Button” in the survey.
With this setting, you can decide whether the participant is able to participate in the survey more than once.
When using personalised links for each participant, this setting will always work.
When the anonymous link is used, this setting will only affect one device.
For example: If a participant fills out the survey on their phone, they will still be able to fill out the survey again by using a tablet or desktop computer, even if the setting is set to “Prevent multiple participation”.
The End Date enables a specific date and time to be set when data collection ends. Following this date / time, participants can no longer access the survey.
The Languages section of the survey settings enables you to do three things:
- Add new languages to the survey (see “Available Languages” for more information)
- Translate the survey (see “Manage multilingual surveys” for more information)
- Change standard messages for this survey (see “Can I edit the default messages?” for more information).
Quotas are a useful tool to specify the audience of your survey. For example, to ensure sufficient male and female participants. By using quotas, your collected data can become more meaningful (see “How and why should I set up my quotas” for more information).
The section order setting enables you to randomise the order in which the sections will appear in your survey. By choosing one or more sections in the dropdown, you can exlude these sections from randomisation.