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Set the look and feel of your survey by selecting a template.
Page Numbering: Display progress as a progress bar, Display progress in page X of Y format, Display
progress as percent, Display progress without page numbers, Do not display page numbers
Question Numbering:Number questions within entire survey, Do not display question numbers, Number
questions within each page.
Survey Navigation Buttons:
Do not display, Display page titles, Display page numbers
Close browser, do not display, redirect to end of survey, redirect to custom URL.
Cancel Button URL: The URL for redirection when cancel button is clicked.
Save Button Display:Display, Do not display, Display after first page.
Check buttons to display:
Back Button, Close Button, Continue Button, View Reports Button, Print Response Button, Logoff Button, Next
Response Button (previously Manual Response Entry)
Set the desired security level based on a combination of single vs. multiple response, login required vs.
anonymous, and updateable vs. not updateable. Detailed descriptions of each security level are given on the
Respondent Login Types:
Login Required - Respondent is redirected to login page with register link when clicking on a survey link in web
or email. Respondent must login, or register and login to take the survey.
Anonymous - Respondent can login or click email link or click generic deploy link to take the survey. If they login
or click email list link, that information will show in reports but not if they do not login or do not click an email list
link (i.e. click on generic deploy web link).
Force Anonymous - Respondent's identifying information is removed no matter how they take the survey, login,
email link or generic deploy link in a web page.
Anonymous with Code - Respondent must enter a random code which is generated and diplayed while taking
the survey, to update a previous response. When clicking on the survey link, the user is directed to a page to
enter the random code, if there is no code they simply click the checkbox that says "I do not have a code", and a
code is generated automatically for them for updating the response later. The code is displayed at the top of the
survey so that the respondent can write it down for updating the survey later. To access the survey later, they
simply click on the original survey link, and are directed to a page to enter the code.