Definitions are listed from top to bottom, left to right.
When you have lots of surveys, you can hide old surveys, making the list more manageable.
WikiMapping’s original survey structure did not allow for editing a survey once data had been entered.
If you are starting a survey today, it will be editable even after you create it.
There’s a text link on the left top that you can use to create a new survey.
ID – WikiMapping assigns an ID to each survey. You don’t need to do anything with this.
Name – The name of your survey. It’s a good practice to name your surveys as they might relate to your project. A survey can be used with multiple projects.
Project A – Welcome
Project A – Destination
Project A – Route
Created – This is simply the date your survey was created. When you click on any of the header text, it will sort by that column.
Data – This is the number of times a survey has been filled out.
This lets you edit the survey name.
If there is data in a survey, you have to delete it before you can delete the survey.
This is a drop and drag interface to let you create the survey. Because a drop-down list can have a lot of fields (such as 50 states), we’ve added a .csv importer to make setting up multiple choice fields a lot faster.
An HTML Block lets you add images, and other html directly into the survey.
Most field types should be obvious, but we need to point out a couple more things:
First, the batch importer
And finally, the file uploader. With all fields, you can offer instructions and the a required field option.
Duplicate – makes a duplicate of the survey design.
Archive – hides the survey from the list.