How to use the survey element

In this article, you will learn how to use the survey element.
You will need:

Adding a survey

From the page editor, drag the survey element from the panel on the left, and drop it onto your page (number 1 in the image).

Editing survey questions

To edit the survey's questions, click on the configuration icon (number 2 in the image), then on "Edit survey questions" (number 3 in the image).

A popup will appear, allowing you to add, modify, delete, or reorder the survey's questions:

  • To modify a question, click on it and make the changes (number 4 in the image)
  • To add a new question, click on the "Add question" button (number 5 in the image)
  • To delete a question, click on the "Delete" icon (number 6 in the image)
  • To reorder a question, click on the "Arrow" icon (number 7 in the image)

Note: You can add as many questions to your survey as you like.

When adding a new question, or modifying an existing one, you can also:

  1. Add a subtitle to describe your question (number 8 in the image).
  2. Click on "Add answer" to add different answers to your question (number 9 in the image).
  3. You can assign a specific tag to each answer to easily distinguish and recognize the contacts who have selected this answer. If you don't want to add a tag when a contact selects this answer, you can leave this field empty (number 10 in the image).

You can also allow students to submit a free-form answer to a question by checking the "Open-ended answer" checkbox (number 11 in the image).

Note: It's not possible to assign a tag to "Open-ended" answers.

When you're done editing the survey, click on the "BACK" button.

Customizing the survey's appearance

You can customize the look of your survey using the settings below:

Configuring the button and input fields

Finally, click "Final step" to configure the button and input fields:

Accessing survey answers

A contact's answers can be found within their contact record.

To access the contact record, go to the contacts tab, and click on the contact's email address.


  1. This feature is only available for sales funnels or blogs.
  2. For courses, create the survey on a page within a sales funnel, then provide a link in the course to redirect students to it, rather than having the survey directly on a course page.
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