Add and Edit a Group

Add and Edit a Group

How to add a group to a survey

Note: When you create a survey, by default an example group and question are added. 



To add groups to your survey:
  1. From the survey structure tab of your survey click +Add group.  The add question group panel will be displayed.
  2. Complete the required fields.

How to edit a group

  1. From the Structure tab, select the Group that you want to edit.
  2. Click Edit.  The Edit group page will be displayed.
  3. Make edits. 
  4. Save.
Note: Refer to the Add groups section for more details on adding and editing groups.
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