Welcome back to our nine-part video tutorial series on how to write awesome and effective surveys, where our Jumpstart Survey Creation experts discuss the step-by-step process for writing a survey and provide top tips along the way. In part 1, we covered the basic of choosing a survey goal. So now that you have a survey goal, what do you do? Write a question list, of course.
In the video below, we show you how to write a solid list of survey questions. A good list of questions will have grouping (aka screener) questions upfront in order to help you filter your data by respondent types. It will then have a thorough set of questions that tie in directly to your survey goal and any subtopics that you have. Not interested in dealing with unnecessary data? Be sure to use Skip Logic, an awesome feature available on any of our paid plans.
Stay tuned here for even more in our How-to video series!
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