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Closed Questions

Closed Questions allow users to answer closed questions using radio buttons, check boxes and drop down menus, for example Yes/No radio buttons and True/False check boxes. The list of Closed Questions types are selected in the Type section, identified on Figure 8.  You can also customize and configure the text field by using the General, UI Settings and Validation options.
  1. Click on the Type drop down box in the Fields section of the Form Builder (Step 2: The Form) page.

  2. Then scroll down to the Closed Questions category to select a closed question type.

 
Figure 8: Displays Yes/No and True/False Closed Questions Types



True/False

The True/False (Checkbox) type allows you to insert a check box on the action form for confirming or declining a statement or question. Users are able to select the check box if they confirm and leave it unchecked if they decline.

    True/False (Checkbox) Type Example
  1. In Figure 8, "Send me Promotions" is entered for the Title field.

  2. Then in the Type drop down menu, True/False(Checkbox) is selected to specify that the field requires a true/false check box.

  3. On the action form, identified on Figure 9, the user checks the Send me Promotions to confirm that they would like to receive promotions.
Figure 9: Displays True/False Check Box



Yes/No Radio buttons

The Yes/No Type allows you to insert two types of radio boxes(also called radio button), the Yes/No and Yes/No/Maybe radio boxes.

    Yes/No (Radio boxes)
The Yes/No (Radio boxes) type allow users to select the Yes or No radio button. Users are allowed to select one option.
  1. In Figure 8, "Put me on the Mailing List" is entered for the Title text field.

  2. Then in the Type drop down menu, the Yes/no(Radio boxes) is selected to specify that the user has the option to select Yes or No.

  3. On the action form, identified on Figure 10,  the Yes radio button is selected to confirm that the user would like to be on the mailing list.
Figure 10: Displays Yes/No Radio button


    Yes/No/Maybe (Radio boxes) Type

The Yes/No/Maybe (Radio boxes) type allow users to select the Yes, No or Maybe radio button. Users are allowed to select one option.

    Yes/No/Maybe (Radio boxes) Type Example

    1. In Figure 8, "Return to Website" is entered for the Title text field.

    2. Then in the Type drop down menu, the Yes/No/Maybe (Radio boxes) is selected to specify that the user has the option of selecting Yes, No or Maybe.

    3. On the action form, identified on Figure 11, the Maybe radio button is selected to specify that the user is undecided.
Figure 11: Displays Yes/No/Maybe Radio Button

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