Show relevant questions only and increase the response rate
Conditional logic or skip logic is a way of defining which questions your respondents can see according to their answers to the previous questions.
In order to avoid inconsistencies in your survey data and higher up your response rate, you must hide irrelevant questions and make your survey look as short as possible to the respondent. When you set a couple of correct conditional logic sequences before sharing your survey, it is much more likely that you will receive more responses and those responses will be consistent. This will help you to execute more well-targeted survey processes.
Evaluation at first glance: Scoring
The Calculator feature of forms.app is very useful not only for quizzes or evaluation forms, but also for surveys.
You can assign a value for each answer option of every question such as Single Selection, Multiple Selection, Picture Selection, Likert scale, etc. very easily. So that you can see the total score of each response as soon as the survey form is filled in. It is also up to you to show that score on Thank You page or not.
Improved survey filling experience with Step View
An online survey software must enable you to create surveys and questionnaires that your target audience would like to interact with.
Thanks to forms.app’s Step View layout, you can show each question of your survey individually and offer a much better interactive experience to your respondents. Moreover, showing a single question at a time to your respondents is a proven technique to improve your submission rate.
Share friendly URL of your survey
If you set the privacy setting of your survey form as “Public”, you can define a meaningful web address for it, such as 'market research for cryptocurrencies'. Anyone can access and fill in the survey form via this address. So that you can reach more people without knowing their contact details such as their emails or WhatsApp numbers. All you should do is to let people know the friendly URL of your survey.