People taking your survey can use these buttons to navigate through a survey and record responses input on a page.
|Next||End of each page (except last page)||Saves the responses for that page in the Analyze Results section and proceeds to the next page in the survey.|
|Previous||End of each page (except first page)||Allows the respondent to go back to the previous page to review or edit their response.|
|Done||End of the last page of the survey||Submits the survey and saves the response as Complete in the Analyze Results section.|
|Exit Link||Upper-right corner of every page||Allows respondents to exit the survey without saving the responses entered on the current page.|
You can edit the button colors and text. It's not possible to change the button font.
To edit the text on navigation buttons:
To edit the navigation button colors:
If you're using a classic theme, you need to edit the Survey Title and Survey Title Background colors. You can't edit the button color for a couple of classic themes.
To show or hide the Exit Link:
You can turn on or off Response Editing to allow or prevent respondents from editing their responses on previous pages. This setting controls whether or not the Previous button is available at the bottom of each page in your survey.
If a respondent clicks their web browser's Back button instead of the survey's Previous button, they can't change or save their responses on the previous page. Respondents may see a cached version of the previous page that won't accept new responses, or they may be prompted with a form resubmission error.
If you change the survey language, the default navigation button text will automatically change to match that language.