Pages & Routing

The Pages form displays the name and number of pages in the survey. Details Include:

the number of test runs that accessed that page,

the number of issues reported on each of those pages

and the number of categorical response items on the page.

As you can see in this example, one tester dropped out mid-survey. Three test runs started, but only two went past the “heard” page.

The table only displays pages that were seen by at least one tester. A survey author can review the list of pages, look for pages/questions that were never viewed by a respondent, and find possible routing problems.

You can also choose what columns you wish to display in the Issues tab.

Click on this Columns icon to launch the column Chooser box.

You can then drag a column into that box to remove it (temporarily) from the Issues tab.

The Category Count is the number of categorical response choice items on the page. There are two categories on the language page and ten on the Please Page.

Clicking on the Select Devices menu item will display the screenshots rendered by the system for the selected page.

Click on the Routing Flow icon to switch from viewing the page list to viewing a routing diagram based on all previous test runs.

Clicking on the gray ‘response’ values on the Routing page will launch a pie chart showing all previous tester responses to this question.

One great feature has been added to routing to show you the number of test runs that followed each routing. Three testers launched the project and saw the Intro, gender, and age questions. One respondent went from Age to HowMany, and the other two went from age to Age2: and then to the HowMany question.

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