Use multiple pages in your survey to help organize and break up a long list of questions. This makes it easier for your respondents to take the survey—respondents will feel they are making progress, and every time they go to the next page, their partial responses are saved.

Click + New Page below any page in your survey to add a new page in that spot.

Or, you can add a new page, or split an existing page, from the BUILDER section of the sidebar:

Intro PageAdds an intro page to the beginning of a survey.
New PageCreates a new page in your survey. You can either click to add the page to the end of the survey or drag and drop the page after another page in the survey.
Page BreakSplits an existing page in two. Drag and drop the page break between two questions. You can't undo a page break. To reverse it, delete a page and move all of its questions to the page above or below it.

At the top of any page, click the More Actions menu to see the following options:

Copy pageDuplicate the page and choose where to place it in the survey. All of the questions on the page will be included on the copied version, but logic such as Page Skip Logic or Page Randomization will not carry over to the copied version (unless Page Randomization is applied to all questions in the survey).
Move pageMove the page to another position in the survey. Any Page Skip Logic and Page Randomization will remain applied to the page, so make sure to test the logic paths thoroughly before sending your survey to respondents.
Edit page infoEdit the page title and page description.
Delete pageRemoves the page from your survey. You can choose to delete all its questions, or move them to the previous or next page.

Click + Page Title directly at the top of any page in your survey design to add a page title or description.

You can choose to show or hide page titles in the OPTIONS section of the sidebar.

You can choose to show or hide page numbers in the OPTIONS section of the sidebar.

Click Page Logic at the top of any page to apply Page Skip Logic, Question Randomization, or Page Randomization.