After you enter your survey questions in the survey design form, you can upload an image by clicking Choose File. Make sure to rename the images to correspond to the survey questions. For instance, if you have an image “busy_street.png” that should appear with question 3, rename the image to “3.png”. Important: Images should have a solid background since imagery/lettering on transparent backgrounds may not show up appropriately in SMS messages.
Quick tips for your co:census survey:
Use emojis 😃
Emojis keep the conversation light and friendly. It helps to build a rapport and trust with your community.
Keep your sentences short and to the point 💬
We apply our survey design expertise to make your surveys more conversational. Short, concise sentences increase your response rate. Use the Twitter Rule: 280 characters max.
Use images where possible 📷
Images are great reference points for questions. Use an image that we can integrate into your survey to give more context to your question.
Enable the magic of skip logic ✨
The beauty of skip logic is that your survey may have 20 questions, but it can be designed so each person only answers 10. We use skip logic to collect detailed data, unique insights, and ensure every person is answering a question that connects to their knowledge or experience.
Sample surveys are a bit tricky — we do not create them because each survey has a different purpose. The key to a good survey is crafting a clear research question. Ask yourself: what are the main ideas you want to understand from the survey you are about to launch?
A significant part of our service is supporting you with survey design. We encourage submitting your survey questions first so that we can begin editing and codesigning the questions with you.