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How do I add a Survey question to a Survey?

A Survey type question presents users with a question followed by a predetermined scale, which they use to register their answer.

Go to Tests & Quizzes.

Go to Tests & Quizzes.

Under the Working Copies tab, click "Select Action" for the survey and select Edit.

Under the Working Copies tab, click "Select Action" for the survey and select Edit.

This displays the Edit page.

Use the "Select a question type" dropdown box to select the Survey type.

Use the "Select a question type" dropdown box to select the Survey type.

This displays the edit Survey question page.

Add Question Text.

Add Question Text.

Type the Question Text into the text box provided.

Note: To edit with the Rich Text Editor, click the hyperlink to open the full menu.

Add Attachment. (Optional)

Add Attachment. (Optional)

Select the Scale used to answer the survey question.

Select the Scale used to answer the survey question.

Assign the survey question to a Part of the survey and/or a Question Pool

Assign the survey question to a Part of the survey and/or a Question Pool

1. The question can be added to a specific portion of the survey, such as Part 1 or Part 2 (depending on how many parts exist). Part 1 is the default location.

2. The question may also be added to a Question Pool, if desired (See: "What is a Question Pool?")

Provide Feedback. (Optional)

Provide Feedback. (Optional)

Feedback is optional text available for users to view after the survey is submitted. This feedback will be released to users immediately after submitting the survey if the "Settings" for the survey includes "Feedback upon Submission",  "Release Questions and the following" and "Question-level Feedback".(See: "How do I Edit the Settings for an assessment?")

Note: To edit with the Rich Text Editor, click the hyperlink to open the full menu.

Click Save.

Click Save.

This saves the survey question in survey question list.

Example:

Example:

Example of how users see the different survey question scales:

Example of how users see the different survey question scales: