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We are running 10-15 online sessions as part of a leadership training. After each session, we want to get feedback on the session: Participants rate the session Moderator rates the sessionQuestions I have:how can we build this, so we can compare then participants vs. moderator perspective? Maybe: first question is: do you answer as moderator or as participant???? how can we build then a full database to compare over time, across moderators, clients, regions …? Is there a chance to create automatic QR-codes, so that each session has an own survey while we can still then analyse all surveys and know a unique session identifyer? Ideally this would be linked to zoom/ teams, so that it happens automatically, but this might be wishful thinking. Any help highly appreciated. If someone is interested to do this as a consultant piece of work …
Is there a way to pass data from one page to another? Like on page 1 it asks, “which do you like New York, Chicago, or Detroit style pizza? Then, on page 2, it says “on your [Answer from first page] style of pizza, what toppings would you like?” With a check box list of options? and on page 3, it says, “you are confirmed with a [Answer from first page] style of pizza with the following toppings: [Answer from second page]” I know I can do conditional pages, but that won’t work given the possible combinations of pizzas and toppings. Thanks and apologies if this is an obvious answer and the typo in the title.
Hi,I’ve set up a typeform which should go to one of four end screens depending on the score received. The correct screen briefly shows up for a second before disappearing. Have I set something up wrong? I’ve included some screen shots of the logic and screen set up Thank you for any helpAmanda
I’ve created a self-assessment where there are questions that don’t really have answers that would guide someone to 1 of the 3 outcome results (but the majority of the questions do/will). If I just don’t select answers for those odd-ball questions (assuming this is even an option), will that throw the results or will it still allow me to establish clear paths to each of the proper outcomes?For example - the first three questions of the survey (self-assessment) will determine the outcome (each answer, 3 options, will pair to a specific result), the remaining questions are really just to gather additional information. If I only set up the outcome quiz logic for those first three questions, will that work?
I have a registration form for a sports class. Within the form, using a Multiple Choice question, I ask parents how many students they would like to register, with possible answers ranging from one to five. I require an answer and allow only a single choice. I then have five question groups created -- one for each of the possible answers to my Multiple Choice question concerning the number of students to be registered. Within each question group I present the appropriate quantity of name and birthdate fields, along with a concluding Agreement field. I have created logic for the Multiple Choice question, so that depending upon the answer, the user is then directed to the appropriate question group.The logic works as follows:IF “How many students would you like to register” is “One” THEN go to “Register One Student Only.”I repeat this for each of the five possible answers.The problem I am having is this:Suppose the user selects “One” for the number of students he wishes to register. He i
Messages settings / Possible bug - Field Keyboard instruction to go to next question not working propperly on publish biew
Hello,I´m having an annoying issue with the Messages setting in the Field Keyboard instruction to go to next question. Even if I clean this field and save it, on the preview mode it´s empty and that´s the goal, but after save it and publish it, on the publish view it shows ENTER Ctrl + Enter ↵ message.I already used different browsers and cleaned the cookies/cache several times, and it´s allways the same.So, I guess this is not working propperly? Can you check it please? Is there any solution?
Hi there, I was searching for any option to analyze our surveys’ performance, but it seems there is nothing available?We’d like to know about the ‘starting/opening’ amount, the conversion rate from question to question until it’s submitted. Is there any tool that helps with this really crucial insight?On the other hand, is it possible to A/B test surveys?So for example I have Survey A with 8 questions, and Survey B with 3 questions. With the necessity to see each performance too.Hope someone can help, as these are basics for any kind of tool today.Thank you :)
Hi! I am stuck in a super conundrum.I am creating a service form for my company. We offer One-Time Services and Ongoing Services. I have created branching logic for that. My issue is that you can select multiple services and each service requires a set of questions to collect information BUT some service require the same questions.I have 21 services to choose from in the One-Time Section and 8 services to choose from in the ongoing Section. The form has to work so that a client can pick one service, go through the questions and hit the ending page OR hit multiple services (with no repeat questions), go through the questions and hit the ending page. I am so lost….someone please help me stop tearing my hair out. Here is a link to my form!
I’m looking to create logic around a date. I want users to select a date in the future where they plan to host a party. If the date is within 30 days of the date they are filling out the form, then I take them to one page, if the date is more than 30 days in the future, I’ll take them to another page.
I am creating a form where users sell used items to our company for resale. I have an external table in a Google Sheets spreadsheet with approximately 250 items. The idea is that the user will enter their item name and receive a quote, with the quote price coming from the table.Three questions:Is it possible to create a conditional dropdown in Typeform? E.g. user selects Brand and is presented with various models and then based upon model selected can chose size. Based upon the selection made in question one, a result (price) is retrieved from Google Sheets. Can this be done? Can then a calculation be made using the retrieved value? E.g. If the customer select Excelent, Fair, Bad as conditions, that the price would then be adjusted.Thanks in advance.
Hi, I am new to Typeform and not very literate with coding - so this is probably an obvious answer (i’m just not sure if it’s obviously yes, or obviously no!).We have a workplace intranet that is powered by sharepoint, in as much as the web address is www.mycompany.sharepoint.com and we need to login with a Microsoft accountWithin that I have a team site with buttons as links to other pages (still within sharepoint.com).Can one of those buttons be a typeform link? And can it be both an external link and an embed link, so that the user remains within sharepoint?The idea I have for Typeform is to use it internally as a decision tree. I am a financial adviser and I want to create a user-friendly decision tree so that my support team know what investment I am currently recommending based on the client circumstances they are faced with…. i think Typeform would work well if the above points are achievable?!Thank you
I did a quiz with multiple choice questions and after each question there is a statement with the correct answer. Therefore, I don't want it to be possible for the user to return to the previous question, so the user can answer again, this time, knowing the correct answer.
Hello everyone! I’m struggling really hard to find the logic option for my quiz (I’m not even sure if it’s possible with Typeform but I’m hoping).The quiz is on what culture fits best for each person so with each question, the person will get a few various countries. For ex. option A is: USA, UK, Ireland, Germany option B: India, Nigeria, Japan etc.Those countries don’t stay in the same packs - they change for each question.The goal at the end is to have the country or countries that got selected most and let the person know which cultural fit is the best. However, I’m getting really lost -- all I can see are number options. Does anyone have any idea? Would be super appreciated. Whoever helps out will get access to this quiz for free once it’s out :) It’s a highly researched quiz so the answers will be very interesting!
I have a hidden field called reviewurl. This is being populated by the form url and will contain a full link. On a statement module, I want to include reviewurl as a clickable link. I can have it populate the page as text, but unable to use the variable to create an actual hyperlink. Is this possible?
I have read all the articles and somehow its just not clicking to me?? How can I make my next question apply to only the previously answered question? for example, if they choose 2 topics as their area of expertise how do i reroute my following question to only be subtopics that apply to the previously answered question and not other options? heres my form
Hi - I’ve found TypeForm 95% great - but the issue with the OK button is a big nuisance; I trialled my form with a dozen friends and 5 complained about the inconsistency (sometimes there, sometimes not); it spoils an otherwise very professional look. ….. I’d also like to be able to make some combinations in a drop-down list incompatible … for example it could be:Which of these do you like (pick as many as you want):Ice CreamPizzaNoodlesCakeNone of the abovePrefer not to answerOtherSeems like you could tick them all, including none & prefer not to answer?
Hi, i Have a list of questions in a google sheets and based on the answers received, intend to create some useful insights using another library. Is there a way where I can associate each questions in TypeForm to a unique ID which is hidden from the users but is available in the downloaded responses in google sheet
Hi all! I am creating my first typeform and trying to build a 360 Performance Evaluation Form. The form will be completed by four different sets of respondents and I’d like the results to be sorted based on the respondent category, so that i can compare the answers of all the respondents A, with the answers of respondents B, etc. Is there a way that I should design the tool that will allow for an easy sorting of the answers in this way? Thanks!
HI all, I am new to Typeform and running into a logic issue. Question 3 has multiple different answer opportunities. My logic map is correct based off the rules that I included but when I test the survey and provide answers that should take me to question 4, it pops me out to the end. I cannot figure out what is broken here.
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