Table of Contents
- 1 How do I add a description to Survey Monkey question?
- 2 Can SurveyMonkey analyze open-ended questions?
- 3 How do I use question logic in Surveymonkey?
- 4 How do you interpret the results of a questionnaire?
- 5 Why do we need branching questions?
- 6 How do I create a survey in SurveyMonkey?
- 7 How do I use text content in surveys?
How do I add a description to Survey Monkey question?
Page Titles & Page Descriptions
- Go to the Design Survey section of the survey.
- Scroll to the top of any survey page.
- Click + Add Page Title.
- Enter your title or description.
- Click Save.
Can SurveyMonkey analyze open-ended questions?
Save time analyzing your open-ended questions This is now possible with the roll out of Sentiment Analysis, available on SurveyMonkey Premier, Team Premier, and Enterprise plans. It reads through the responses to your open-ended questions and categorizes each response as positive, neutral, or negative.
How do you categorize a question in Survey Monkey?
- In the Analyze Results section, scroll to a question with text responses.
- Go to the Tags tab.
- Click +New Tag.
- Enter a name for your tag and choose a color to help you distinguish it from other tags.
- Click Save.
How do I create sections in Survey Monkey?
How to Add a Section Heading
- Under Basic Questions, double-click or click and drag the Section Heading question to add it to your form.
- Enter the Question Title.
- Optional: Add a Description.
- Optional: Add an Identifier to your question.
- Set the +Display settings.
How do I use question logic in Surveymonkey?
- Click the Design Survey tab.
- Click the question to which you want to add skip logic.
- Click the Logic tab.
- For each answer option, choose the page you want to send respondents to from the Then skip to…
- Choose to send respondents to the top of the page or to a particular question on the page.
- Click Save.
How do you interpret the results of a questionnaire?
6 Tips for Interpreting Survey Results
- Ask the right questions.
- For open-ended questions, start broad and drill down.
- Filter for key phrases.
- Display results visually.
- Use other data to understand (and sometimes discount) results.
- Interpret through the lens of your goals—both overarching and current.
How do you analyze open questions?
Five tips to get you started
- Read through a couple of responses to get a sense of what folks are saying.
- Map out a few general categories to put each of the responses in.
- Create sub-categories underneath your general ones to provide even richer detail.
- Double check and re-categorize.
- Put a number on it!
What is a branching question?
A question used to guide an interviewer through a survey to different questions (i.e. skipping some questions), depending on the answers given.
Why do we need branching questions?
Branching is used to have respondents skip certain questions that are not relevant to them. This allows you to create different routes through your survey, guiding respondents based on their responses or profile. For example, you may have a number of questions about the respondents children.
How do I create a survey in SurveyMonkey?
How to Create a Survey. SurveyMonkey makes it easy to create a survey from scratch or from a template. Follow the steps below to get started. To create and send a survey: Create a Survey. Add Questions & Pages. Apply Logic. Customize the Design. Preview & Send Your Survey.
How do I add a question to a survey?
Add Questions & Pages. Once you create your survey, start by adding questions from the left sidebar. You can add different question types from the BUILDER section of the sidebar, or choose pre-written questions from our Question Bank. After you add a question, take a look under the Edit and Options tabs to further customize it.
What is question or page randomization in SurveyMonkey?
One way to do that in SurveyMonkey is by using Question or Page Randomization to change the order in which people taking your survey see the questions. Question Bank is a library containing hundreds of questions you can add to your survey in seconds. These questions are written and certified by our very own survey methodologists.
How do I use text content in surveys?
For example, you can use Text content to create a consent form, add terms and conditions to your survey, add footers, and more. To add Text into the survey: In the left sidebar, click BUILDER. Click Text to add the additional text to the end of the survey. Or, drag and drop Text into the desired position elsewhere in the survey.