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To create a new survey, click on the small arrow beside the Surveys menu, and then Create a new survey.


A Create New Survey screen will appear.


You can edit most of these settings later again by clicking the Survey properties and then General settings & text.

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Tutoriels vidéo

There are a number of tutorial videos for LimeSurvey out there. This is a list of the ones we think that are the best. You are welcome to create a new tutorial and add it here.

Éléments de base d'un sondage

Un sondage est constitué au minimum des trois composantes fondatrices suivantes:

  • Un nom de sondage
  • Au minimum un groupe de questions
  • Au minimum une question

Les composants optionnels peuvent être:

  • Une liste de réponses applicables aux questions
  • Des étiquettes personnalisables
  • Des conditions qui peuvent déterminer si une question doit être affichée ou non

Simply import those surveys into your installation (or into the public LimeSurvey demo), and test the survey.  One of the easiest ways to review the survey logic is via the new Show Survey Logic feature.

Basic survey elements

A survey has three integral elements, each of which must exist:

  • A survey name
  • At least one group
  • At least one question

Optional elements to a new survey include:

  • Applicable answers to each question
  • Modifiable labels (known as label sets)
  • Conditions that determine whether a question should be asked

Nom du sondage

Le nom du sondage parle de lui même: C'est le nom donné au sondage, ce nom permet d'accéder à de nombreuses options relatives au sondage dans son ensemble. On y trouvera notamment les options telles que le 'message de bienvenue', la description du sondage, les informations pour contacter l'administrateur du sondage, sous quelle forme le sondage doit être présenté.


les questions d'un sondage sont réparties dans des groupes. Cela permet de structurer logiquement le sondage en regroupant les questions par thème. Un groupe de questions possède un titre et une description optionnelle. Vous devez définir au minimum un groupe par sondage, même si vous ne désirez pas subdiviser le sondage en plusieurs groupes.

This whole chapter deals with question groups. Do not confuse a question group with a user group.  Each is very different and used in different ways, based on the object being grouped.

A question group has a title and an optional description. You must have at least one group in each survey, even if you do not wish to divide the survey into multiple groups.


Les questions sont le coeur de votre sondage et sont placées dans des groupes, comme nous l'avons expliqué précédemment. Il n'y a pas de limite technique au nombre de questions que vous pouvez définir dans votre sondage, ni dans le nombre de questions par groupe. Une question comprend le texte de la question ainsi que des paramètres permettant de définir le type de réponse que vous attendez. Vous pouvez aussi ajouter une 'Aide' sous forme d'un petit texte explicatif ainsi que préciser si la question est obligatoire (ie: la question doit avoir une réponse pour continuer le sondage).

Basics of navigating the survey administrative interface

The LimeSurvey tool presents horizontal tool bars to the survey creator in their web browser.  These toolbars are the header of a window allowing interaction.

Administrative Tool Bar

The top toolbar is usually the Administrative Tool Bar providing top level, global actions.  One of the key items there is the drop down list of surveys along with a Create New (Survey) button CreateSurvey-button.png ; if available and enabled for your login account.  Both are on the right side of the toolbar.


Want to know more about a particular icon button in a tool bar?  Hover over the icon to see its name or click on the Help button Help-button.png in the Administrative Tool Bar to see a description of icons in the currently active toolbar.

If the Administrative Tool Bar does not appear to be on top, click the home button Button-home.png to get back to it.  The Labelset Button-labelset.png and Template Button-template-editor.png editors, available in this tool bar, are the only ones that can replace the Administrative Tool Bar.

By clicking the Create New (Survey) button CreateSurvey-button.png or selecting an existing survey, you minimize the Administrative window and open a new tool bar below to manage the Survey.


Survey Tool Bar

Similar to before, one can click on the drop down list of question Groups or on the Create New (Group) button CreateSurvey-button.png on the Survey toolbar.  Either selection will bring up the question Group toolbar below the Survey toolbar.


Group Tool Bar

In the Question Group, you can click on the drop down list of Questions or click the Create New (Question) button CreateSurvey-button.png to add a fourth toolbar to now edit a Question.


Common Buttons

In these nested toolbars are some common, navigational buttons.  There is an Edit button Edit-button.png to edit the object you selected.  By default, you will be put in the editor if you create the object.  There is a Delete button Delete-button.png to delete the object.  For Groups and Questions, there is a Reorder button Change-order-button.png to change the order the object appears in during the survey execution.  Finally, there is an Export button Export-button.png to export a survey, question group or question that you can import back into another survey.  Note that the Create button CreateSurvey-button.png also allows you to import a previously exported object.


Finally, there are two to three small buttons to the far right CommonButtons.png to minimize, maximize, and close the window of a toolbar.  The maximize button will take you back to the summary window of the currently selected object.

As seems natural, the window of the current toolbar is automatically minimized when you select a lower level object to edit.  Only the current toolbar and its window can be closed.  You can open a previous toolbar and window by clicking on its maximize button.  And you can jump around by selecting or creating a new object in another toolbar without having to close the currently open window first.

We will discuss navigating through a survey itself later on in the section on testing the survey.

Survey settings

Now that we have some basics down, lets move on and create our first survey. When doing so, we first have to define the basic survey settings.