- Multiple Choice (Checkbox)
- Image Type
- Rating Scale
- Star Rating
- Matrix Choice (Radio Button)
- Matrix Choice (Checkbox)
- Matrix Rating Scale
- Matrix Star Rating
- Matrix Dropdown
- Single Line
- Multiple Lines
- Full Name
- Contact Information
- File Upload
- Text Field
Multiple Choice (Radio button)
Ask a question with multiple possible answers, inviting the respondent to select one of the options with radio buttons.
Multiple Choice (Checkbox)
Ask a question with multiple possible answers, inviting the respondent to select one or more of the options with checkboxes.
Ask respondents to make their choices from a dropdown menu.
Provide images as answer choices and have your respondents pick from them.
Ask respondents for a rating on a scale of 0 to 10—or any other range of your choice.
Request a satisfaction rating from the maximum range of between 3 and 10 stars.
Measure a customer's willingness to recommend a product or a service to others, on a fixed scale (0 - 10), with the Net Promoter Score (NPS) question.
This question type provides a slider with a range of 0 to 100 for the respondents to choose from.
Give respondents a list of options that they can rank in their order of preference.
Matrix Choice (Radio button)
Provide survey respondents with options to rate multiple factors of a subject or object on the same scale. Enable a single selection for each factor with radio buttons.
Matrix Choice (Checkbox)
Provide survey respondents with options to rate multiple factors of a subject or object on the same scale. Enable single or multiple selections for each factor with checkboxes.
Matrix Rating Scale
Combine multiple questions that can be rated on the same scale to make a survey short and crisp.
Matrix Star Rating
Combine multiple star rating questions that are measured on the same scale.
Combine multiple dropdown questions.
Use this when a sentence or two is all you're looking for in a response.
This question type offers more space for text when you want to invite a brief description or opinion from your respondent.
This limits single-line answers to numeric values. Any other characters will be treated as invalid.
Only responses formatted as email addresses will be accepted.
This automatically creates two fields for the respondent's first and last names.
Contact Information type of questions are a series that help identify information about respondents, such as name, age, and geographic location.
If you need an answer in a date format—for example, when asking for a date of birth—this is the question type to use.
Use this to get a digital signature from your respondents.
This question type allows respondents to upload or attach a file to the survey.
Text Field (Heading/Description)
Add a heading or a description that defines the purpose of the survey or clarifies the information you're looking for in a question.