Image Choice is used when you ask a multiple choice question and present the possible answers to your respondent by using images or GIFs.
There are several extra possibilities for Image Choice: You can make your question multiple choice, a quiz question, add a minimum and maximum to the answers, … More information about these features will follow below. First: how to add an Image Choice.
2 Add an Image Choice
Click on the green + Add Question button.
Choose Image Choice.
Now your Image Choice is added.
Add your question and answers.
- This is your question number. To keep a clear view, you can fold the questions you're not editing at the moment by clicking on the arrow.
- Changed your mind about the question type? Here you can change it immediately in another type. Your question will remain but your answers will disappear.
- Here you can change the order of your questions. Choose which question number you want it to become.
- Copy your question
- Delete your question
- Insert your question here and change the layout using the rich text editor icons. Learn more about these different icons here. Click on Choose file next to your answer to upload an image or GIF to each answer.
- Add as many answers as you like by clicking the +Add Answer button and typing the possible answers.
4 Extra options
4.1 Multiple answers
When you switch Multiple answers to Yes, Min/Max answers appears. Here you can choose if you want your respondents to choose a certain number of answer.
Tip: It's advised to mention the number of answers needed in the question in order that the respondents know immediately how many answers to indicate.
When your question is multiple choice, the checkboxes will be squares instead of bullets.
If you make a question mandatory, this means the respondent is obliged to answer the question before moving forward with the survey.
If you select Yes on this option, the answers to that specific question will be shuffled every time the survey is opened.
Tip: This is a good option for a quiz, where you don't want respondents looking at each other's answers.
4.4 Quiz Question
When you make a question a quiz question, you will be able to select the right answer (or answerS in case of multiple choice). This way the respondent will receive a score based on the quiz questions at the end of the survey/quiz.
When the respondents receive their score, they also have the possibility to take a look at the right answers. Underneath these answers, you can show an explanation for the correct answer.
4.5 Additional Text
The additional text gives the respondent an extra text box to specify or leave an extra comment if necessary.
4.6 Media file
Add an image, video, GIF or audio to make your quiz or survey more entertaining.
Tip: Your file has to be under 10mb. Not to worry, this is already quite a file.