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multiple page survey featurePage Break

A Page break is used when you want to divide your survey into multiple pages. A good reason for doing so is to make it easier for mobile users to participate in your surveys. Also, you may want to divide your surveys into different chapters, where you ask different types of questions or you ask questions about different subjects.

When you drag a page break into your survey, a pagination bar will automatically appear at the bottom of each page. The pagination bar is smartly combined with a progress bar that shows your participants how much of the survey is remaining. It is a proven fact that participants will have more patience in answering questions when they know how much of the survey is remaining. Therefore, the progress bar is much needed for surveys that are divided into several pages.
 

Tip:
It’s a good idea to include a page break after each survey field, if you are specifically targeting mobile users with your survey. Statistics show that mobile users are more willing to give feedback, if they get one question at a time, and that is due to the physical small size of their screens. By presenting one question at a time, the survey becomes easier to interact with on a small screen and you avoid the scrolling effect.

 

Note:
Page breaks will not be visible in your Live Analytics, and will not be exported, when you export your survey statistics.


Settings

Page breaks do not have many settings:

The only available setting for Page break fields allows you to remove their back buttons. With this setting ON, respondents can only continue forwards inside the survey, regardless if they have answered the previous questions or not.

This may be useful when you do not want to allow respondents to change their mind and come back to previous questions. For example when you create quizzes, or when you have conditional logic flows that will display different sets of questions based on respondent’s initial answers.

This can also be useful when you apply logic & branching to disqualify respondents. This way, they can’t go back and change their answers, resulting in a cleaner data.

Note:
This setting affects all page breaks inside the survey.
Tip:
Not letting responednts go back and change their minds is not always a good thing necessarily. They may get frustrated and choose to leave the survey instead. Try to rationalize well and make sure using this setting is a wise decission.


Settings for last Page break

The last page break is the one that contains the Submit button. You do not manually add this page break; it will always be there.

You can change the text label of the “Submit button” to any desired word. Just click on the submit button in the page break, and type a new word. This is a great choice for making surveys in other languages.

Note:
If you do not edit the submit button’s text label, our system will show the word “Submit” by default.

You may also want to remove the sumbit button, but activating this setting, for example for short single-page surveys which are embedded in websites.

But keep in mind, because you will not have a Submit button, anything that must happen after submitting the survey will not happen anymore. For example if you have a Thank you page it will not show up at the end; the public analytics page will not be displayed to respondents who answer all the questions; the Instant notifications features will not work anymore, because all of these only work when a respondent completes the survey and clicks on the submit button.

Make sure to read this guide if you want to remove the submit button.

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