This question block comes under the General question blocks.
A multiple-choice question block is a type of survey question that presents the respondent with a list of answer choices, of which they can select one. The answer choices are presented as radio buttons, which only allow the respondent to select one option.
- Response required: selecting the answer from the list is mandatory; the respondent will not be able to move to another question without answering the question.
- Screening Question: The question will be used to qualify or disqualify the candidate based on their response to the question.
- Randomize: The options will appear in random order.
- None of the above: by selecting this option, the respondent is selecting no options given in the list.
- Others: Respondents can add the option of their choice if their answer is not listed in the options list. This option will be available at the end of the list, where respondents can enter the required option.
- All of the above: by selecting this option, the respondent is selecting all the options given in the list.
- Progress bar: It will display how the completion status of the survey.
- You can change the user interface of this block by changing the font family and colour scheme and adding a background image of the question.
- In the logic section, you can define the branching logic for the question to customize the survey flow for different responses. To understand how to add a question block in studies, click here.
Once your study is published, and respondents have taken the test, you can analyze the block-wise result of the questions asked.
For a checkbox question block, the result will appear in a bar chart, where you will find the number of respondents who voted for the option at the end of the options bar, and the height of the bar will change accordingly.
- You can download the result by clicking on the download button; the result will get downloaded in CSV format.
- You can filter the result and view/download the results of any particular respondent or a group of respondents.
To understand how to add a question block, click here