Add rules to your multiple-choice questions

In this article, we introduce a new option for your multiple-choice questions! This evolution stems from the feedbacks and ideas of our most enthusiastic users.

While the single-choice question enable participants to answer by selecting only one item in the list you built, multiple-choice questions were not limited to any number of items. Until now!

From now on, when creating a multiple-choice question, you can set a specific number of items to be selected by the participants, or you can decide to set a minimum or a maximum number of items.

Maybe you are wondering: « Why all the fuss about this new option? » Well it makes a huge difference! This limitation will ensure you the rules are the same for every participant, and are respected! This option will indeed handle the “compulsive clickers”, motivate the shy ones and above all make your surveys are unbiased and easy to analyse.

A few examples of limitations you can set for a multiple-choice question:

A few examples of limitations you can set for a multiple-choice question:
– Pick at least 2 obstacles to the implementation of the project
– Select up to 3 projects you want to prioritize for next quarter
– Choose the 4 values which best fit the company’s mindset

And of course, thank you very much for your feedbacks and comments about the product! It’s with your input that we can improve the solution day after day.

See you around,
Wisembly Team