In this article, we'll be seeing why it's important to set up survey preferences and how to do it. To begin with, it's important to set up survey preferences for a survey because doing so directly affects the respondent. Survey preferences add a minute level of detail to the survey page, but play a huge role in eliciting better survey responses. Below are the various survey preferences that Zoho Survey offers to its users:
Display the progress bar: Display respondents' progress through the survey so they can keep track.
Show question numbers: Show respondents the number of each question to help them progress confidently.
Enable CAPTCHA: Prevent survey actions performed by automated software.
Show the Previous button: Show the Previous button for improved navigation within the survey pages.
Skip the first page if all questions are pre-populated: If all the questions on the first page are pre-populated, don't waste the respondent’s time; skip the first page automatically.
Rename button labels: Rename common buttons like Submit, Next, Previous, and Continue pop-up survey according to your preference. They can be synonyms or terms related to your brand, but renaming the buttons adds a human touch to your survey that helps you stand out from the crowd.
The wait is over! With its latest release, Zoho Survey is now bigger and better. A lot has changed and we're bringing you a handful of new features along with a complete makeover of the product. We hope you like the update and find the surveying experience to be smoother than ever before. Highlights UI updates Builder: We've reworked the builder to make it much easier to navigate. Be it adding an option or a page or moving pages, it's now just a click away. You can easily add and edit questions