Read about the various question types Segmanta offers
Segmanta offers a wide range of question types to choose from. Below is a list of the available question types along with some examples and tips so that you can better understand how to choose the right question type for each question.
- Respondents choose one answer (or multiple answers) from a short list of answer choices.
- Expert Tip! Include an “Other” option and turn on Allow Commenting if all possible responses are not covered.
- Respondents choose one answer (or multiple answers) from a group of labeled images.
- Expert Tip! Pictures can be used to illustrate answer choices, making the question more engaging.
- Respondents choose from one set of choices (columns) to answer several questions/statements (rows). Rows can be set to allow single or multiple answers.
- Respondents answer several multiple choice questions that relate to a certain topic.
- Expert Tip! Only group together questions that are related and that all respondents should answer.
- Respondents rate a statement or item on a scale - display your scale using stars, hearts, thumbs up, or a variety of other icons.
- Expert Tip! Add labels to each end of your rating scale to make the meaning of the rating clear.
- Respondents rate several different items on the same scale.
- Expert Tip! Keep the list of answers relatively brief. Include an N/A option if it's possible some subjects might not apply to all respondents.
- Respondents rank items by dragging and dropping them into an ordered list.
- Respondents select from a labeled scale (commonly known as a Likert scale) to report attitudes or behaviors ranging from one extreme to another.
- The scale can be changed to display a negative scale with the number zero as absolute.
- Expert Tip! Label all values to get more accurate results.
Net Promoter Score
- Ask the standard Net Promoter® Score (NPS®) question to measure customer satisfaction.
- Respondents rate their likelihood to recommend a company or brand on a scale of 0-10. The popular NPS® methodology asks respondents a single rating question to determine whether they are Promoters (9-10), Detractors (0-6) or Passives (7-8). The percentage of Detractors is subtracted from the percentage of Promoters to determine a final score with a range of -100 to 100.
- Expert Tip! Don’t worry about dealing with numbers and formulas - Segmanta automatically calculates your NPS®.
Open-Ended (Long Answer, Short Answer, Number)
- Respondents type free-form answers into a text box. The space can be multi-line (long), one-line (short) or take answers only in a numerical format.
- Expert Tip! Minimize the number of open-ended questions and make them optional rather than required. Place open-ended questions wisely within your survey flow - try not to ask respondents to answer an open ended question in the first few questions of the survey.
- Customize your demographic questions to collect respondent characteristics including gender, age, relationship status, income level and more.
- Expert Tip! Ask only the demographic questions that will be relevant to your analysis and will not make your respondents feel uncomfortable.
- A simple way to collect personal details and contact information from respondents.
- Expert Tip! Reassure respondents that their information is safe with you and do not require them to share their personal details in order to complete the survey. Use a checkbox to confirm respondents agreement with your terms and conditions.
- Respondents upload a photo along with an optional caption.
- Expert Tip! Respondents aren't always comfortable uploading an image, so we recommend marking this question type not required.
- A page without questions that includes a text description and an optional image or video. On this page, you can customize font colors and sizes in the middle message field.
- Expert Tip! An info page helps when you want to introduce your survey or present a concept, description, image or video to respondents before asking several related questions.
Learn about a survey's Ending Page .