Next, choose if you want to use a template, or start from scratch. Note, that, currently, only templates for web forms are available.
If you want to use a template, you will be using predefined templates for your feedback form. An example of this would be the GCR template which analyses the Goal Completion Rate of your organization. We have many templates to choose from.
To read more about feedback forms using the "Pick a template" option please read this article.
Start from scratch
Step 3: Form name
The first step is to give your feedback form a name, you can do this by clicking on the pencil button, at the top of the page.
Add & delete elements
Step 4: Add element
Now you will see a screen with a lot of options along. On the right, you will see ‘Add', ‘Block', 'Logic’, 'Form’ and 'Templates'. Click on 'Add' to choose your score elements and question elements. Once you've made your choice, just drag and drop your element on your empty template.
If you've made the incorrect selection in regards to the question elements you have selected, you can easily delete a question element by clicking on the 'Trash' icon to the right of your question element.
Step 6: Edit element
You can also edit your questions. For example, the text and answer options of the question. Just click on the 'Block' button on the right and click on a question element.
Step 7: Required element
Required questions: If you want it to be mandatory for your users to fill in an answer to a certain question, click on the question element and then click on the ‘Required' button on the right-hand side. If you've selected the 'Required' button, your questions will be marked by a '*’, indicating that it is now a required question.
Step 8: Hide element
You can also decide to hide your questions when the feedback form loads. If you've selected the ‘Start hidden' button, an icon with an eye and 'Starts hidden’ will appear below your question element. (Don't forget to show the question based on question routing, for example, when a user selects a low score in a previous question. See step 10.)
Step 9: Tooltip
A tooltip is an additional option available that allows you to give your respondent a tip or an explanation to a question when the feedback form loads on the website. Just fill in your text and your question will be marked with a 'question mark' icon.
Step 10: Question logic
'Logics' are very valuable when creating a feedback form because one particular answer can lead you to another question that is connected to the previous question. Here is an example of the follow-up question when the respondent clicks on 'Yes'.
To apply this in your logic settings click on the blue ‘(+) Add logic’ button, under ‘LOGIC’ on the right-hand side. If you haven't saved your feedback form yet, do so by clicking on the green 'Save' button at the top of your feedback form.
Now you will see a screen to set up your logic for the question you've selected.
Here, the logic has already been filled in. You can see that if the respondent clicks on 'Yes', the 'How much effort did it take you to achieve your goal?' question will appear as the next question. Make sure the 'How much effort did it take you to achieve your goal?' question is hidden by your settings so that this question is invisible in other instances.
'Thank you' - page
Step 11: Thank you page
Your form has a built-in ‘Thank you' page with a default text. If you would like to change this click on the 'Thank you for your feedback’ element. Under 'BLOCK' you can edit your own text.
Step 12: Save
Are you done adding questions to your feedback form?
Don't forget to save your form, by clicking on ‘SAVE’ in the top right corner.
Step 13: Deploy
Now it's time to set up the deployment and place the Mopinion code (tag) on your website and start collecting that valuable feedback!