Actions

Difference between revisions of "Testing a survey/en"

From LimeSurvey Manual

(Updating to match new version of source page)
(Updating to match new version of source page)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
<languages />
 
<languages />
<br />You can test a survey at any point while you are creating it, by choosing the "Preview survey" button 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>'''Hint:''' This functionality should be used to test surveys that use conditions on questions to see if all works as expected! </center>
+
 
 +
You can test a survey at any point while you are creating it by clicking the '''Preview survey''' button located on the survey toolbar:
 +
 
 +
 
 +
<center>[[File:Testing_a_survey_preview.png]]</center>
 +
 
 +
 
 +
This allows you to check the survey looks and feels before initializing it. When testing/previewing your survey, the responses will '''not''' be stored in the response table.
 +
 
 +
<div class="simplebox"><center>'''Hint:''' Use this functionality to test surveys that employs [[Setting conditions|conditions]] and/or [[Expression_Manager_-_presentation|expressions]] to check if everything works as expected! If something is wrong, you should use the [[Show logic file|logic file]] option to quickly find out where the error is.</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>

Revision as of 17:55, 13 November 2018

Other languages:


You can test a survey at any point while you are creating it by clicking the Preview survey button located on the survey toolbar:


Testing a survey preview.png


This allows you to check the survey looks and feels before initializing it. When testing/previewing your survey, the responses will not be stored in the response table.

Hint: Use this functionality to test surveys that employs conditions and/or expressions to check if everything works as expected! If something is wrong, you should use the logic file option to quickly find out where the error is.


Testing a survey thoroughly prevents a lot of problems at a later time!