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Survey Setting Options

Within the Survey Builder, there are many options to choose from to customize the participant experience.

To open the settings within the Builder, select the dotted icon.


Then, select the "Options" button. This will display a menu with the following survey customization options: "Disable Backtracking," "Allow Skipping Questions," "Automatic Next Question," and "Data Location Required."

Disable Backtracking: This option prevents participants from returning to previously answered questions within the survey.

Allow Skipping Questions: By choosing this option, you can allow participants to proceed to future questions without requiring a response.

Automatic Next Question: This option removes the "Next" button at the bottom of the survey screen and sends participants to the next question after selecting a response.

Data Location Required: Choose this option to obtain location data from participants as they take the surveys.

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