1. Start a new questionnaire

    Log in to Maptionnaire and go to your project team. Make sure you are in the Questionnaires section.

    To start your first questionnaire, click the New Questionnaire button on the right side of the screen.

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  2. Questionnaire editor structure

    You are now in the questionnaire editor and can start drafting your survey. The questionnaire will consist of different question, content and programmatic elements. Click Add Element to access these elements. 

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    The structure of the questionnaire editor can be seen below.

    • (1.) shows all the pages you have in your questionnaire and allows you to access its settings
    • (2.) is the questionnaire page draft 
    • (3.) contains the element library

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    Choose the content and question elements that you would like to use. You can arrange the order of elements by dragging and dropping. To add more pages, click Add page on the left. You can find more information on from Questionnaire elements.

  3. Edit elements

    To edit an element, click on it in the draft and an edit window will appear on the right. In the example below, a map point question is being edited. Element settings are divided into tabs:

    • Basic settings include the essentials.
    • Extra settings include more advanced style settings and other options that you can use to customize the content of the questionnaire.
    • Dataname contains settings related to the dataname.

    Remember, you can find detailed instructions on each setting and element by clicking the ? symbols.

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  4. Edit page background and layout

    Go to Settings for the page and select the type of background you want to use. You can use maps, image or color as the page background. For more instructions, please see this article.

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  5. Edit Survey settings

    Finally, go to Survey settings to e.g. give the survey a public title and description, determine the website to which respondents should be directed from the last page, and make different stylistic decisions. If you want to translate the survey to other languages, this is where you should choose the languages.

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  6. Preview and test

    Preview your questionnaire by clicking Preview in the upper-right corner menu. To go back to editing, click Edit

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    When you want to share the survey with testers, go to Publish. Select Publish for testing and click Publish. The survey is now published in test mode. You can still edit it (just remember to publish again each time to make the changes go live), and can see five latest respondents' responses in the analysis tool.

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  7. Publish the final version

    After testing and making corrections to the survey (see Survey checklist), go back to Publish to publish a final version of the survey. Choose Publish for data collection and click Publish final version. We do not recommend making changes to the survey after this.

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     IMPORTANT!

    If you know that multiple respondents will be using the same device to fill out the survey, you need to consider either turning off the default Maintain respondent session setting or using a specific version of the survey URL to trigger a fresh survey form each time the survey is accessed. You can read more about this here.

For inspiration on survey design, why not take a look at our demos and customer stories?

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  • very nice, but where can i find this menu? the new website does not provide any of the tools mentioned here. 

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  • Hi Jort, 

    As we explained in the support messages we exchanged about this, you need to first be invited to a project team to be able to create new questionnaires. Please contact a member of your team to be invited (you can find further details on how this process works from the previous articles in the Get started section).

    Best regards,

    Maptionnaire support

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