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Unusual question design. 3 years 1 month ago #58253

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Does anyone have suggestions about how to create the questions in the attached picture in Limeurvey? There are 21 questions following this format and I can't put them on individual pages. Listing the second part underneath as a second question would work but it's not a particularly elegant solution.

I'd like to hear your suggestions.
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Re: Unusual question design. 3 years 1 month ago #58293

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The only way to do this would be some rather extensive use of CSS to display the question inline.
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Re: Unusual question design. 3 years 4 weeks ago #58437

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tpartner wrote:
The only way to do this would be some rather extensive use of CSS to display the question inline.

What if you set up the 1-5 range answers as conditional follow-up questions that will only appear when respondents answer yes to the first question? It will take a bit of time to set-up initially but then you could copy the question when creating new questions.
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Re: Unusual question design. 3 years 4 weeks ago #58439

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or perhaps you might use answer type multiple numeric input with sliders? then you could have the first subquestion be yes/no at opposite ends and the other sub questions be your range (but as slider input rather than a 1-5 range).

no what you want exactly but might work.
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