Take advantage of the power of emoji (or smileys) and use them in survey questions, as answer options, in your email invitations, …
By making some small changes to the survey appearance you can mimic the “Cards” design that other websites such as Twitter use as well.
You can completely personalize your survey appearance by adding logos, banners, change the color etc. to match it to the look ‘n feel of your own company.
The introduction text of a survey is shown on the same page as the first question. You can show the introduction on a separate page via the survey settings.
Using the ‘Back’ button your respondents can go back to an earlier survey page without losing their earlier responses. You can turn it off if necessary.
You can manually change your survey’s appearance and afterwards save this design as a theme so you can re-use it later for other survey projects.
In order to optimally set up your survey’s appearance, it is important to know which settings in the appearance menu change which part of your survey.
A tooltip can be used to clarify certain words or images in your survey. It will appear when a respondent hovers over the word(s) or image with his cursor.
You can choose to show question numbers to your survey respondents or not. By default the numbering is turned off.
You can easily embed images in a survey with the CheckMarket Online Survey Tool. You can add images, logos, videos, sound fragments and other files.