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All the topics, resources needed for FocusVision Decipher.

  • Quota Hooks

    You can use a quota hook to modify the possible quota cell assignments for a survey participant. Defining the Function To modify quota cell assignments using...

  • Decipher Cloud Server Structure

      Requires Decipher Cloud Understanding the structure of a Decipher Cloud server is the first step to using your server. 1:  Connecting to the Server To con...

  • Finish Tag: Stop the Survey

    Overview The <finish> element can be used to prematurely stop a survey. This element will not show in the question tree and should not be used often. Co...

  • Pipe Tag: Show Information Conditionally

    The <pipe> element is used to display information conditionally. Using <case> elements, you can specify any number of conditions to be evaluated from top t...

  • HTML Tag: Create a Comment Element

    The <html> element is sometimes referred to as a survey comment and is used to display text or HTML in your survey (e.g., "Now we're going to ask you about....

  • Note Tag: Create Code Comments

    Using the Survey Editor? Learn more about the Note Element.  Overview The <note> element can be used to leave notes in a survey that are only displayed in th...

  • Term Tag: Terminate/Screen Out Participants

    The <term> element is used to terminate participants. Use the cond attribute to create condition logic that will terminate participants if evaluated to "Tru...

  • Exec Tag: Execute Python Code

    The <exec> tag executes Python code. It is commonly used to set question values, modify the contents of question elements, print debugging information, creat...

  • Suspend Tag: Adding a Page Break

    The <suspend/> tag is a control element used to create page breaks in your survey. In the example below, questions "S1" and "S2" are shown on separate pages....

  • Take Action When a Participant Finishes a Survey

    Click here to learn how to setup participant sources and exit pages in the Survey Editor. 1:  Overview The <exit> element determines what happens when a...

  • Marker Tag: Set a Survey Marker

      The <marker> element is used to set markers in a survey. Setting a marker using the <marker> element is equivalent to using the setMarker function in ...

  • Goto Tag: Jump to a Different Section

    The <goto> element forces the execution of the survey to continue elsewhere. You can use this element to go back to a specific question so that a particip...

  • Condition Tag: Create Simpler References to Condition Logic

    The <condition> element enables you to declare a named condition. Instead of rewriting condition logic across your entire survey, you can use the <conditio...

  • Customizing the Quester Interactive Text Box Element

    1:  Overview The Quester interactive text box (Quester ITB) works like an instant messaging service. An automated conversational moderator (or computer) nam...

  • Customizing Button Select Grid Elements

    The general concept behind the button select grid question type is to have large, easily clickable answer options, similar to those you might find on an ATM ...

  • Customizing the Slider Decimal Element

    1:  Overview The slider decimal style enables respondents to provide a float value for questions by sliding a handle. 2:  Underlying Question Architectur...

  • Customizing the Image Map Element

    You can use the Image Map element to discover what participants think about an image, concept or design. This dynamic question style enables participants to...

  • Customizing the Rank Sort Element

    The Rank Sort question allows survey participants to visually rank response option items in order of preference. On desktop, the item at the top of the rank ...

  • Customizing the Button Rating Element

    The Button Rating element transforms a number question into a set of clickable buttons. This style is mobile friendly and provides a great way for survey pa...

  • Customizing the Card Sort Element

    With a Card Sort question, survey participants sort response options ("Cards") into categories ("Buckets"). There are two ways of moving the cards into the b...

  • Customizing the Rating Scale Element

    The rating scale question type is very similar to a normal rating (single-select) question, but adds in some animation and images that can be more appealing ...

  • Customizing the Slider Element

    1:  Underlying Question Architecture The slider question uses a number question where rows represent each slider. The question style supports no rows, multi...

  • Customizing the Slider Rating Question

    The Slider Rating question is a dynamic question style that transforms a <select> question into a slider track with points for each response option. The Sli...

  • Customizing the Star Rating Element

    1:  Underlying Question Architecture The underlying question type for star ratings is a "select" question. This question type provides the maximum amount of...

  • Customizing the Legacy Video Player Element

     The Legacy Video Player element allows survey participants to view a video on desktop and mobile devices (when a mobile compatible file is used). 1:  Under...

  • Customizing the Media Evaluator Element

    Overview The media evaluator element is a great way to get feedback on a video, enabling respondents to rate the video in real-time using a slider. Un...

  • Customizing the Text Highlighter Element

    Using the Survey Editor? Learn more about the Text Highlighter Element. Overview The text highlighter element allows respondents to highlight elements to mak...

  • Customizing the Button Select Element

    The Button Select element transforms a Single Select or Multi Select question into a set of clickable buttons. This style is mobile friendly and provides a ...

  • Survey Form Image Replacement (FIR)

    Using the Survey Editor? Check out the Display Settings and learn how to apply FIR to your next project. Overview The fir attribute requires a survey com...

  • Customizing the Video Testimonial Element

    1:  Overview The video testimonial element uses the essay question type (<textarea>) and instead of the respondent entering open-ended text, the responden...

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