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                                          Introduction to Grid Questions

                                          Beyond the basics, Sogolytics offers grid question types to meet your specialized needs. Grid questions combine multiple related sub-questions, topics, or statements to encourage participants to focus on one topic or area at a time. The Matrix Grid question offers even more options, combining multiple question types like Drop Downs, Rating Scales, and Text Boxes. Grid questions economize space on the page and give the perception of a shorter survey – leading to better response rates.

                                          To add a Grid question to your survey, drag and drop the question type from the panel on the left to the correct spot on the right.

                                          Learn more about each grid questions in their individual pages in detail. Here’s a rundown of all the grid question types available:

                                          Grid questions may seem more complex, but they’re easy to create. Plus, remember that you can save great questions to the Question Bank so you can use them again in future projects!