Ever wanted to call attention to something in a survey or quiz, without asking a question? Perhaps you want participants to read something, or to see a sponsor’s logo, before continuing? Now you can choose a new question type: Slide.

Slides are a unique audience engagement feature that allows you to embed slides within your quiz or survey. Rather than taking your entire quiz or survey and only at the end receiving valuable facts or information, your audience members can answer a question or two, have valuable information surfaced, then answer some more questions, and so on. This creates a stickier, more engaging experience.

With this powerful new feature, you can create some very cool user experiences, including:

  • Calling attention to something in a survey or quiz, without asking a question
  • Engage participants in specific content, such as a message from a sponsor or their logo, before continuing a survey or quiz

Here are two examples:

Example 1:    




Example 2:  


To create a Slide, simply go to the "Edit" tab and click on the “Add Question” button. Then select the “Slide” option as Question Type: 

To enter text, add your text to the Question Text area and save.

Once you have entered text, you can upload a picture if desired. To upload a picture click on the image icon and select an image from your computer: