Using multiple pages breaks up a potentially long survey into smaller parts. This can prevent a participant being deterred by a long list of questions and assist with grouping sets of questions together. 

Using pages in your surveys has the added benefit of allowing your registered participants to submit an incomplete survey at a later point. Note that only the responses of the completed pages (not the current page) will be saved. Read more about this in our article on can a partially completed survey be saved to be submitted later ?

Adding a page to the survey

1. Click on + next to Page 1, as highlighted below, to create a new page in your survey OR click on the Add new page green button.

2. Page 2 is created as shown below.

3. The option to delete a page is available alongside the page number. Note that you can only delete the page when it is empty.

Moving and rearranging pages

First go to the page you want to move. The page number should be highlighted in black, that is the current page.

Then you can drag and drop the page to your requirement as illustrated below.
IMPORTANT NOTE - You cannot move pages once you have page skip logic applied. Remove the logic and add it again after the pages are arranged as required.

The question number sequence is automatically updated and all changes are auto saved immediately.

Moving and rearranging questions

Use the Move button alongside a question to move the question to another page.

Clicking the Move link will provide the list of pages available, in the example illustrated below, options to move to page 2 (P2) or page 3 (p3) are displayed.

You can rearrange questions on a page at any time by dragging and dropping them with handles, as illustrated below.

All changes are auto saved immediately.

What's next?

To learn how to add images, videos, rich text, HTML code and hyper-links read the detailed article on Adding multi-media to a survey!

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