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Yes or No Questions

When a question has two possible responses, like Yes/No or True/False, it's known as a dichotomous question. Click a scenario below for instructions on how to best set up this type of question:

Yes/No question where people can explain their choice
  1. Add a Multiple Choice question with only one answer choice allowed.
  2. Enter two answer choices: Yes and No
  3. Edit the question options to add "Other".
  4. "Other" should be displayed as a comment field. Learn more »
  5. Edit the Label to say, "Please explain why:"
  6. Click Save.
Yes/No question where people have to explain their choice
  1. Add a Multiple Choice question with only one answer choice allowed.
  2. Enter two answer choices: Yes and No
  3. Add a Single Textbox question asking respondents to explain their choice.
  4. Make both questions required to answer. Learn more »
Yes/No question where people only have to explain why they chose No
  1. Add a Multiple Choice question with only one answer choice allowed.
  2. Enter only one answer choice: Yes
  3. Edit the question options to add "Other".
  4. "Other" should be displayed as an answer choice. Learn more »
  5. Edit the Label to say, "No because:"
  6. Click Save.
Use a Multiple Choice question type for Yes/No questions. Add Other as an option for additional comments.

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