What are Pages?
What are Pages?
Pages can be used to break down a long list of questions into smaller organized sections. This will not only improve your respondents experience in completing your project, but also in making your editing process clearer.
How to add a new Page
- Create/ Continue a project
- Click the Manage Pages button in the sidebar
- Select ‘Add Question Page’ OR ‘Add Exit Page’
For a little more info on this, go to Add and Manage Pages.
Note: When creating a quiz, you will have a slightly shorter list of available items. This is because not all question types or items would be suitable for a point based system, like quizzes.
There are also a few other things you can accomplish with this option. Here’s a list of examples:
Exit/ Thank You Pages
Exit/ Thank You Pages are used to notify respondents that your project has come to an end, and to express gratitude for their time. There are three different Thank You Page types that you can switch between.
- Standard (with advertising)
- Design Custom Page
- Redirect to Web Address
The Standard type will permit you to edit the page title and description text, allowing for a short thank-you message to be displayed to your respondents.
You will be able to insert Presentational Items into your Thank You Page, if you choose to design a custom page. This option includes the ability to edit the page title and description.
Finally, you can redirect respondents to a web address of your choice. Simply enter your chosen URL into the bar provided, and test that the link works.
Alternatively, you could choose to use a Thank You page as a Qualification Page.
Two pages will be present when you create a new project, one of which will be a Question Page, and the other will be a Thank You Page. New Question Pages will be numbered chronologically, unless you change the individual page titles, e.g. ‘Page 1’, ‘Page 2’ etc. Whereas the Thank You Page will display a ‘Thank you for completing this survey’ message, which is also customizable.
Navigating between Pages
Use the drop-down menu in the top bar of the builder to navigate between your pages. Alternatively, you can also find a list of your pages by clicking ‘Manage Pages’ in the sidebar.
You can edit the title of all your pages by clicking the title field at the top of your project.
You will find the page description box below the page title box, where you will be able to insert any additional information concerning the corresponding page.
If you’re a business or organization, you may want to include some branding or imagery in your project. By clicking the ‘Insert Your Logo Here’ icon, you will be given access to any images you have previously uploaded to the site.
If you have not uploaded any images yet, you can drag and drop images into the library or press ‘click to upload’.
Are there any limitations to the number of questions on a Page?
The number of questions you can insert into a project depends on the type of account you’re currently using:
Free Account: 20 Questions per project
Premium Account: Unlimited Questions per project
How many Pages can you add?
The number of pages you can insert into a project depends on the type of account you’re currently using:
Free Account: One Question Page, and one Exit Page per project.
Premium Account: Unlimited Pages per project.
How to delete a Page
- Open the ‘Manage Pages’ menu from the sidebar
- Click ‘Delete Page’
- Confirm your choice OR ‘Cancel’ your action
Clicking the ‘Delete Page’ button will remove a page from your project permanently. You will not be able to undo this action, or retrieve any of the information that was deleted with the page.
Note: To be able to delete a Question Page or Thank You Page, there must be more than one of each present. The ‘Delete Page’ button will not appear in the page options before then.
Page Logic allows you to direct different respondents to separate pages in your project, based on the answer choices they’ve made.
You can use this feature to create Qualification Questions/ Pages and Consent Forms, which you can read more about by clicking the links.