Our research tells us that respondents are more engaged with the subject of a survey when questions are presented in a colorful and interactive way. Snap Survey Software includes a range of interactive question types to help you achieve a higher response rate and get more accurate replies.

Drag and drop

With drag and drop, respondents can visually categorise and rank items without the requirement for a question grid. Responses can be words or images.

Drag and drop survey question example

Interactive images

Interactive images are a visual alternative to check boxes, with responses given by clicking directly on the image. Snap Survey Software is supplied with a range of pre-built interactive images, or you can use the editor to create your own from any image, from product photos to country maps.

Image map survey question example

Smiley sliders

Smiley sliders are a great alternative to traditional rating scales. Where a check box question might be limited to a five or ten point scale, a slider can have many more points on its scale while occupying no more space on screen, resulting in a wider range of data and the potential for more sophisticated analysis. Sliders can be customised with any sequence of images if something other than smiley faces would be more appropriate to your survey.

Smiley face slider control example

Star ratings

Star ratings are quickly understood by respondents, and a simple, effective way to rate or score items. Snap Survey Software comes with a selection of star ratings ready to be added to your survey.

Star ratings question example

Check out our Question Types page to see the different ways you can present questions in your survey.