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Add a Multi-Question Page to your form

Traditionally, our forms have been designed to show one question at a time. This makes them feel more conversational and increases engagement. But sometimes, you might want to streamline your form by asking multiple questions on the same page. By adding a Multi-Question Page to your form, you can do just that.

When you add a Multi-Question page to your form, this is how it’ll look to your respondents:

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Currently, only Short Text and Email question types can be added to a Multi-Question Page.

Here’s how to add a Multi-Question Page to your form:

1. Go to the form you want to edit and click + Add content.

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2. Select Multi-Question Page from the question menu.

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3. A new page has been added to your form where you can add as many questions as you like. To begin with, write your question header and a description. 

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Note! The question header of your Multi-Question Page won't be included in downloaded results. You'll only see results for each question within your Multi-Question Page. This is because the header doesn't collect results from your respondents.

4. Click the dropdown arrow next to your header. You’ll notice a Short Text question has been added automatically. 

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If you want to change the question type from Short Text to Email, go to the question settings in the right-hand sidebar and choose a question type from the dropdown menu.

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5. Write your first question.

2024-06-25_12-26-09 (1).gif6. Then click + Add content to add another question. Remember, at the moment you can only add Short Text and Email question types to your Multi-Question Page.

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7. You can change your question settings in the right-hand sidebar. For example, depending on your question type, you can make the question required or set a character limit for responses.

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8. Once you’ve added all the questions you want, you’re done!

If you want to add more questions to your form outside of the Multi-Question page, click + Add content and select a question type. If you select the Short Text or Email question types, they’ll be placed in the Multi-Question Page by default, but you can move them by clicking and dragging them out of the Multi-Question Page.

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You can also click on the question type icons and drag them around to change the order within the Multi-Question Page.

Similarly, if you already have a Short Text or Email question in your form, you can drag and drop it into your Multi-Question Page.

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And voilà! Here’s how our Multi-Question Page will look to our respondents:

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9. Once you’ve collected some responses, go to the Results panel to see your data. Answers to each question on a Multi-Question Page will be shown as standalone answers in your results, just like in forms with only one question per page.

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10. Similarly, when you connect a form containing a Multi-Question Page to another tool, it works just like with any other question type. You can map each question from the Multi-Question Page to a different field in the integration.

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Check out all our integrations here.

You can add a Partial Submit Point after the Multi-Question Page, just like with any other question type. However, you can't add a Partial Submit Point after a specific question within your Multi-Question Page.

Please note that currently, the Multi-Question Page does not support Data Enrichment.

If you want to create an umbrella question with sub-questions on separate pages, check out our Question Group feature.

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