Pinning a survey to your project page allows you to draw attention the survey. Participants can complete a survey directly on your project page, saving them an extra click.
Using a pinned survey is highly recommended when you have a neatly designed survey of no more than 10 questions per page.
Below you can see a comparison of an unpinned survey (left), next to a pinned survey (right) below.
The pinned survey can be completed on the project page itself and the tab name changes according to the survey title.
When should I pin my survey?
In the majority of cases, we recommend you pin your surveys if you have fulfilled the following;
Used page elements to scaffold your survey across multiple pages
Have less than 10 questions per page (longer surveys will take up a lot of screen real estate and are better as stand alone pages)
Intend to capture feedback directly on the project page
Don't need to link directly to the survey from your homepage (only surveys as stand alone pages can be directly linked to from your homepage)
You don't have multiple surveys for a single project
How do I pin my survey?
Simply click the 'Pin' icon on your survey management screen.
You can PIN more than one survey. Each pinned survey will appear in a separate tool tab.
The default tool background color will be light blue for pinned surveys. It cannot be changed using the color options on the Appearance editor.
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