A swipe question is a closed question with which the respondent answers swiping can give. There are three answer options. These answer options are displayed with icons displayed. This question type is particularly suitable for younger target groups who complete the survey on their mobile phone. Look at https://swipe.crowdtech.com for examples of the swipe question.
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Add a swipe question
- Click 'Questions' and 'Enter' in the menu.
- Choose the swipe question and click 'Select'.
- Enter a 'Question text'.
- By default, three answer options are filled in: Left, Right and Top. You can adjust these texts, the swipe direction is fixed per field and is listed with each answer option.
- Optional: adjust the images per answer option.
- Click on 'Save'.
The swipe question has the following question options:
Here you can set the condition to the question. Read more about it set conditions.
Click on to add an image to the question. Choose from an existing image from the MediaManager or upload your own image. This is shown as a swipe image.
Block question on return
If the respondent has clicked on 'next', the respondent can select the answer not change any of these. You will find this option under the 'Tools' tab.
This means that the question does not have to be filled in. You will find this option under the 'Tools' tab.
Auto next function
The respondent is immediately referred to the next question after the selection of the answer. This option is enabled by default for this question type so that the respondent does not have to press the next button. You will find this option under the 'Tools' tab.
You can use the following options for the answers:
Jump: if this answer is filled in, you can refer the respondent to a other question. Here you can enter the number of the question where the respondent can go further.
Add an image via the media manager. Here are standard for this question type images in. These images are shown as answer options. The maximum width is 80 pixels. The image is automatically scaled if it is wider is then 80 pixels.
At the three dots behind the answer options you will find the option to add an explanation and add label. If the respondent stands on the 'i' of info, . appears there is an explanation of the answer (max. 400 characters). You can also do it here label per answer option fill.
Layout for the swipe question
The swipe question appears best when the banner and progress bar are off in the layout. You can disable these features in the layout manager.