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<br/>You can test a survey at any point while you are creating it, by choosing the "Test Dataentry" or "Test Survey" buttons [[File:do.png]] in the 'Survey' section of the web page. This allows you to check how the survey looks and feels before you actually initialize it. When testing a survey your responses will not be saved.
 
<br/>You can test a survey at any point while you are creating it, by choosing the "Test Dataentry" or "Test Survey" buttons [[File:do.png]] in the 'Survey' section of the web page. This allows you to check how the survey looks and feels before you actually initialize it. When testing a survey your responses will not be saved.
  
<div class="simplebox"><center>(:idea:)  '''Hint:''' This functionality should be used to test surveys that use conditions on questions to see if all works as expected! </center>
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<div class="simplebox"><center>'''Hint:''' This functionality should be used to test surveys that use conditions on questions to see if all works as expected! </center>
  
 
<center>'''Testing a survey thoroughly prevents a lot of problems at a later time! '''</center></div>
 
<center>'''Testing a survey thoroughly prevents a lot of problems at a later time! '''</center></div>
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You can test a survey at any point while you are creating it, by choosing the "Test Dataentry" or "Test Survey" buttons Do.png in the 'Survey' section of the web page. This allows you to check how the survey looks and feels before you actually initialize it. When testing a survey your responses will not be saved.

Hint: This functionality should be used to test surveys that use conditions on questions to see if all works as expected!
Testing a survey thoroughly prevents a lot of problems at a later time!