A few weeks ago I came across a FREAKONOMICS blog post about “the appeal of the middle.” The post referenced research findings by Paul Rodway, Astrid Schepman, and Jordana Lambert that revealed people generally prefer items located in the middle. The research showed that “…when participants were presented with a line of five pictures, they preferred pictures in the centre rathe
Last week we had a website visitor ask about this capability via live chat. The question was whether or not you can add a “skip to end” button to surveys that allows respondents to jump to the end of a survey without completing the remaining pages.
We loved this question, because the solution is a great example of how standard Checkbox items and logic can be used in unconventional ways to solve a problem. The answer to our live chatter’s question is YES, using a single checkb
Checkbox Survey isn’t just for building surveys. It’s a great form-builder too! If you are a business in a position to hire, posting a customized job application form on your website can help you quickly and easily qualify potential employees. Building custom one-page or multi-page forms allows you to tailor applications to your company’s specific needs, ensuring that you are capturing the exact information required to make informed employment decisions.
Ask and you shall receive? If only it were that simple! But don’t be discouraged my fellow survey creators, because when it comes to sending surveys there are a few sure-fire ways to boost response rates, eight of which can be found in our latest free white paper: 8 Tips for Maximizing Survey Response Potential.
Not all respondents complete surveys and forms at their desks. Many of them are on the move, which is why we’ve made it possible to take surveys on mobile devices and tablets. Technically, any Checkbox survey can be taken on a mobile device, but the availability of mobile style templates, a mobile browser detector, and the best practice guidelines below will allow you to create surveys and forms that are t
I recently received an survey from an organization interested in learning about my charitable donation habits. Being in the survey biz I rarely turn down the opportunity to take a survey, but to my disappointment this turned out to be a survey I would not complete. Why? A few reasons. Lets start with the most obvious issue: too much scrolling!
Our assumption is that you create surveys to collect information from humans, not computers. This is why Checkbox created the CAPTCHA item type. CAPTCHA, which stands for “Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart,” significantly increases survey security by preventing computer “bots” from finding and populating Checkbox surveys with false or “spammy” responses.
To include a CAPTCHA item in a survey, follow the steps below:
I recently attended a speaking engagement with Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, and am currently reading his book “Delivering Happiness.” I’ve been a follower of Tony’s for some time now and think he has a lot of brilliant things to say, but there was one message from his talk that really resonated with me.