Format a radio button matrix in a survey to ask a series of related questions that are answered by selecting one option from a repeating group of radio buttons. For example, you can ask users to rate their pain threshold on a scale of one to five for different activities, such as swimming, running, or walking.
- Find a radio button matrix question to format, if you do not have one open
- In the header of Dev Studio, click .
- Click the name of a survey, and then click a question of type Radio button matrix.
- In the text field, enter the text of the question.
- For each column in the radio button matrix, perform the following
- Click +Add column.
- In the text field, enter the text that is displayed as a header of the column.
- For each row in the radio button matrix, perform the following actions:
- Click +Add row.
- In the text field, enter the text that is dispalyed as a label of the row.
- Optional: Set the scoring for each column by completing the Question
settings section.For example, you can set the higher score for the most severe level of pain.
- Optional: Store the selected value in a column in a format that is different from the
For example, you can label the columns with adjectives describing different levels of pain, and then store the results as numbers.
- Click .
- In the Reporting value field, replace the default value with your custom value.
- Optional: To control when the row is displayed, define conditions.
- Click .
- From the Visible when drop-down list, select When, then click Edit.
- From the Field drop-down list, select the field that controls whether the row is displayed in the matrix.
- From the Comparator drop-down list, select the comparator for the when condition.
- Click Select values, and then select the value that determines whether the row is dispalyed.
- Click Submit.
- Click OK.
- Click Save survey.