Questions can have any combination of the following answer possibilities:
Single Selection Box
You can offer as many selections as you want. They are shown in boxes as the one pictured on the right. Respondents need only one mouse click for answering them (instead of the two clicks that would be needed for drop-down boxes).
If you enter more than 7 selections, a scroll bar will appear to prevent the selection box from growing too big.
Multiple Selection List
You can offer as many choices as you wish for multiple selection lists. Respondents can then check an arbitrary number of those choices.
Importance and Agreement Scales
For importance and agreement scales, the colors and labels are fixed. If you would like to determine them yourself, you can use customized scales.
You can determine the scale length for all scales, as well as whether there is a "no opinion" option or not. In addition to that, you can determine labels for every value on the scale and colors for "customized scales". You can pick colors for every end of the scale. The colors in between are then calculated automatically. Colors can either be picked from a palette with one mouse click, or you can enter the exact RGB values (red/green/blue components) you desire.
Requiring an answer
Especially if other questions depend on the answer to a question, it makes sense to require an answer.
If an answer is required, respondents can continue to the next section only after entering some response. If the question has more than one answer element, for example a scale and a text field, it is sufficient to use one of these elements (mark a number on the scale or enter text).
If a respondent fails to enter a required answer and tries to go to the next section, a red warning is shown, and the required question is printed red.