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  • 1. ADD QUESTIONS TO ASURVEYFacilitator: Matthew PittmanRevised: 01/27/2013
  • 2. Question Types• SurveyMonkey allows the creation of many types of questions including text boxcomments, multiple choice, rating scales, and many others. We will cover multiple choice and rating scales in this presentation.• SurveyMonkey also contains a database of questions that the user can pick from as well. This presentation will show the user how to create new questions from scratch but in many cases questions may already be available that will pop up as you type the question text that may fit your needs. Using these will help speed up the process of creating your survey.
  • 3. MULTIPLE CHOICEQUESTIONS(Only One Answer)
  • 4. Step One• From the Design Survey tab of a survey click the + Add Question button on any page of the survey
  • 5. Step Two• Type your question text and then select the Multiple Choice (Only One Answer) question type from the dropdown. In the Answer Options area type your answers (one per line). Click Save & Close when you are done.
  • 6. RATING SCALE
  • 7. Step One• From the Design Survey tab of a survey click the + Add Question button on any page of the survey
  • 8. Step Two• Type your question text and then select the Rating Scale question type from the dropdown. In the Rating Scale area select the number of ratings, their weight, and the labels to display. Click Save & Close when you are done.
  • 9. You Are Done!• At this point you have learned to add two different types of questions to a survey. Other question types are just as easy and you should try others that interest you. Your survey is now ready to be distributed to your respondents.