Copy from template. questfox feature alert: Complex research template definitions now available in questfoxPosted: 18. November 2018 Filed under: Usability | Tags: Funnel, Research Templates; questfox Comments Off on Copy from template. questfox feature alert: Complex research template definitions now available in questfox
The SaaS tool questfox is constantly growing in options for serious research. Different client demands change the direction of our development map constantly. In order to cope with all the different wishes, we created a new copy function that allows to create individualized complex templates based on several question pages which have a core connection to each other.
This helps you to create lists of joint question pages to be used in different projects. We will create a bunch of examples to be used to show you the power of these functions.
This also means, that you do not only depend on the questfox development team to create complex research settings. You can now create your own library of interdependent questions. The standard will probably be something like a list of known brands after which you only want to ask about brands prior marked as known. With the new copy from template function you can now also create complex funnels. Once you are done creating such a funnel, keep a copy of those questions in your personal library for later use in different projects.
How to use the function:
Select Copy project as template under CREATE SETTINGS.
After selection the function you will see a short interactive menu in which you select the target project space in which you want to integrate your template and the exact target project. Please select the position in which you want to integrate the template. questfox integrates your template before that defined position.
Press Start Copy and within seconds the target project will have those questions from the template and the underlying questlogix integrated. After this procedure you can still select the order of pages in your target project.
We hope that this feature contributes to the use of more powerful research settings when using questfox. Good luck with your ideas. Hope that you may share complex projects also with others.
P.S. What is the difference of this function compared to copy project or copy question page? Copy project creates a clone of your project under a new name. Copy question page just creates a copy of your question (without the underlying questlogix. Copy project as template integrates a complete project into your existing project while taking along the underlying questlogix.
#questfox feature alert: Project Style Click DesignPosted: 18. February 2016 Filed under: Technology, Usability | Tags: Market Research, questfox, questionnaire design, respondent motivation, serious fun, UX Leave a comment
questfox questionnaires could always look better than the average online questionnaire out there. From today on it is much easier to create individually designed social interactions with questfox.
The new “Project Style” definitions do no longer require additional skills to make your research approach look beautiful or individual. Without any knowledge of CSS you can individually design background images, Next&Back buttons, interaction buttons and much more.
An example with very colorful backgrounds can be seen here:
The features are available under CREATE SETTINGS – PROJECT STYLE
Net Promoter Score now implemented in questfox with automated graphical outputPosted: 12. September 2013 Filed under: Technology, Uncategorized, Usability | Tags: Detractors, Net Promoter Score; NPS; Recommendation Leave a comment
questfox is continuesly improved and now offers a new question type “Net Promoter Score” or short NPS.
The NPS is an additional option to the settings of a semantic differential.
In a perfect world the scale ranges from 0 to 10, where 0 to 6 are considered to be so called detractors, while 9 and 10 are the promoters. The NPS is the substraction of detractors from promoters and shows a percentage of how many people are actually supporting the brand (net promoters).
We used this in a recent study about the willingness to recommend the German goverment to others.
When using the setting NPS on this scale questfox automatically performs the NPS calculation providing the following graphic.
questfox is now able to calculate these not very complicated things live based on your defined question.
Just click on the Net Promoter Score selection box under Visualization to let questfox perform the output calculation.
Setting the slider position in Semantic Differential questions is available nowPosted: 17. September 2012 Filed under: Usability Leave a comment
It is now possible to define the starting position of a slider in the question type semantic differential inside of questfox.
Go to the settings of the specific question and find the definition of the position underneath the upload of the slider. Every position of a defined scale can be selected.
The screen looks like this:
The question will be then shown during the interview like this:
This setting has no influence on the data situation. Data is only saved, once the slider has been moved to a specific position.
More information about questfox on www.questfox.com