A table question (single response) is a question where the respondent grades multiple questions on the same points. This question is displayed as a fold-out screen / accordion. The options for a single-response table question are displayed with the round radio buttons.
- Question text: What do you think of the following aspects?
- Sub-question: Price - Colour - Sustainability
- Answers: Very satisfied - Satisfied- Neutral - Unsatisfied- Very unsatisfied
On this page:
Add a Table Question (single response)
- Click in the menu on "Questions" and "Enter Questions".
- Choose "Table Question (single respons)" and press the "Select" button.
- Enter the main question at "Question text".
- Fill in the sub questions.
- Enter the possible answers.
- Press the "Save" button.
Quick Question Creation?
The Table Question (single respons) has the following question options:
You can switch between question types.
Here you can put a condition on the question. Read more about setting up a condition setting conditions.
Click on to add an image to the question. Make a choice from the available images in the MediaManager or upload your own image.
Embed a link of a video (for example, YouTube or Vimeo) or add a MP3- or MP4-file. The maximum file size that's allowed is 30 MB. Add in the ALT tag a description of the file for extra recognition by text to speech software.
Block question on return
If the respondent has pressed "next" the respondent cannot change the answer anymore.
Question on same page previous question
Show this question on the same page as the previous question.
Show sub questions in any order
All sub questions are rotated through this option.
If you want a respondent to continue automatically or stay on this question longer, you can use the timer.
By selecting this, the question is not required to be filled in.
Select the display type of the matrix. You can choose from an accordion or matrix view.
Here you can set the condition on the subquestion. Read more about setting conditions .
Jump: when this answer has been selected, you can send the respondent to a different question than the next.
Put a condition on the display of the answer.
Add an image via the mediamanager. With this you can display images as answer options.
If the respondents hovers over the "i" for information, an explanation appears on the answer (maximum of 400 characters). you can also add the label per answer.