Page display logic allows you to show or hide pages for respondents depending on their previous answers or other meta-data.
Use display logic to conditionally hide questions, sub-questions and answer choices.
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 .
The maximum difference scaling (MaxDiff) feature in CheckMarket allows you to measure the relative importance or relative preference of certain product attributes based on respondent answers. Utilizing MaxDiff is recommended in situations when you would like respondents to prioritize and quantify the importance or preference for items on a list. MaxDiff places list items into
Hide an image for the respondent after a specified time.
Show a different banner to each respondent, both in the invitations as in the survey, based on a contact custom field value.
Reversed extraction does exactly the opposite of regular extraction: it shows the options that your respondent did NOT select.
Use our built-in survey scripting language (CSL) in your surveys, reports and dashboards to add variables, dynamic content and other complex logic.
Variables available in the Survey Interface (SI) from the CheckMarket Scripting Language (CSL). Use them to add dynamic content to your surveys, emails and notifications.
What is the difference between branching and page display logic? When should I use one or the other?
Edit the default text that is shown to your respondent when they have already taken the survey, when a survey is closed or not live yet
Post-filling lets you place an answer in question after the page has been submitted. Handy for calculations involving questions on that page.
List of surveys you have created and those that have been shared with you. Organize easier with the recent section, folders, search, sort, and more.
If you want to use your contact data in reports, you can save it in hidden questions. It also lets you take unstructured text data and turn it into structured data that is easy to analyse.
This article explains how to use Font Awesome icons and social logos in your CheckMarket surveys and reports.
Custom CSS gives you total control over the look & feel of your surveys. Create stunning survey designs and match your branding exactly.
Check your CheckMarket Scripting Language (CSL) syntax. This online tool will help quickly spot errors in your CSL code.
Pre-fill an answer to a survey question through the URL or setting a default answer which can be meta-data, random selections, variables, and fixed values.
Create a quiz, test or exam by adding scoring and points! Apply it in your HR surveys, use it as a classification in product or customer surveys, etc. When people answer a question, you can tell them if they got it right, or keep their scores to yourself.
It is crucial to pass operational data to your survey and then combine it with experience data you gather in the survey to create insightful reports and dashboards.
Variables available in the ReportBuilder from the CheckMarket Scripting Language (CSL). Use them to add dynamic content to your reports.
This article provides some ready-to-use CSL code snippets for different situations. Each snippet can be customized further.
A list of supported time zones for CheckMarket users, surveys and reports. You can also use these with CSL to show times in a specific time zone.
Survey permissions allow you to grant/revoke access to a particular survey.
Take advantage of the power of emoji (or smileys) and use them in survey questions, as answer options, in your email invitations, …
The survey owner is the main contact person for all questions regarding that survey project. It is possible to transfer ownership to another user.
Copy survey pages to copy all of the questions on that page onto a new page. Afterwards you can still add page breaks to split the questions across multiple pages.
By making some small changes to the survey appearance you can mimic the “Cards” design that other websites such as Twitter use as well.