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Title Additional settings for the introduction and conclusion
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In the 'EDIT' - 'Questionnaire' tab is the 'Introduction' and 'Thank you' (conclusion) preset as a special question type 'Introduction' with generic text that you can edit and change.
 
'Introduction' can easily be hidden by clicking on the eye icon, or by clicking on the pencil icon to open the editor with the additional settings:


Example of a survey with hidden introduction >>
 

'Thank you' can also be hidden by clicking on the eye icon, or by clicking on the pencil icon to open the editor with the additional settings: 

  • show conclusion,
  • add internal note,
  • text editing and the display of 'Previous Page' and 'End' buttons,
  • show link to PDF through which respondent can export a questionnaire with his answers,
  • edit note at the deactivation of the survey. More >>


Example of a survey with hidden conclusion >>
 
In addition to the above setting options, you have the ability to specify what happens when a respondent clicks on the 'End'

  • 'Close survey': You can set that the browser window will close after survey completion - it is already preset; Example of a survey >>
  • 'Recursive': setting means that after the respondent finishes the survey, the same survey will reopen again for answering or input; Example of a survey >>
  • 'Jump to link': if you select this option, a window opens where you can enter the URL of the website you wish to transfer the respondent after the completion of answering your survey; Example of a survey >>

Additional options of ´Jump to Link´:

Different parameters can be inserted into URL address to which the respondents are redirected. Possible parameters are listed below:

  • Respondent's ID.
  • Respondents's Status.
  • Value of any question in the survey: in this case the question must be systemic and a parameter can be added into URL address as ´data piping´ (eg. https://www.1ka.si?q1=#IME_VPRAŠANJA#)


 

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Edit date 06.02.2017
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