Best practice for button layout in responsive survey?

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I’m designing a survey experience for a healthcare platform in which the user (often on the older side) fills out multiple surveys within a single flow.

To accommodate survey fatigue, I added a “finish later” button to the desktop design, Plus a “changes saved” indicator to mitigate anxiety of exiting a survey prematurely.

But as you can see, all the buttons don’t fit in a single row on the mobile design. To solve for this, I suppose I could go one of three ways:

The first way would involve just eliminating the “finish later” button and “changes saved” indicator from both designs; but of course the downside is that the user doesn’t have any indication that they could exit the survey aside from the “x” button on top – and with upwards of 10 surveys to complete, I am worried this will cause fatigue and drop off.

Second, I suppose I could remove those two elements from only the mobile form, but this would create the problem outlined in the first solution for mobile users, not to mention I don’t even know if this is technically feasible. (We’re building this with react).

Third, I could stack the buttons vertically in the mobile version, although I anticipate that will cause issues around visual hierarchy and limited screen real estate- and again, not sure if that’s even technically feasible.

Im wondering if anyone here has any experience with this dilemma who might share their insight? Or if you just have a good idea, any help is appreciated!

mobile application – Determining Information Priority using digital Survey

I would like to understand users information priority when it comes to planing trips, browsing and booking events/activities using mobile applications in general.

I’m currently limited to researching by conducting a (single page) digital survey (instead of in person interviews which I’d prefer).

Any tip on how to approach this or links to similar research are welcome. What’s your opinion about this type of questions:

“You are performing a task of planning your trip 2 weeks ahead/ looking for events to attend in your free time tomorrow.”

List of all Offers
List of all Vendors
Offer Categories (Music & Culture, Sport& Outdoor Activities, Shopping, Mobility)

Ticket Price
Date & Time
Location
Event Description
Vendor Contact
How many people have booked so far (how many still can)
Corona related information

“You have chosen an Event you want to book. Rank how important finding this information is to you:”
Payment options
Whether I have to sign up to pay
Can I return a ticket
Can I pay in cash on the spot
Can I save event to mobile phone calendar
Can I share on social media that I’ll be attending

privacy – How many people would need to answer a survey of 1000 questions before the aggregate data from the survey is sufficiently anonymous?

Websites release statistics on their user base all the time and it’s not considered a breach of privacy because their user bases are so large that it’s impossible to pick apart who thinks or watches what. Additionally when nations or states or counties release election results it is impossible to figure out who voted for what even if the county has a miniscule population.

To be clear if the population is 1 then the results are never anonymous, and the more people there are the harder it is to see who answered what. Assuming that we know everyone in the voting pool.

But let’s say a survey with 1000 yes or no questions is released to all the residents of a county and when the survey was over results were shown which were based on a system of 1 for yes answers and 0 for no answers giving you totals for each question.

Do the more detailed results make it easier to piece together who said yes or no to what?

And if so how many people would need to answer the survey before the results were completely anonymous? Or sufficiently anonymous?

google drive – How to retrieve sections of a survey I accidently deleted (including the surveyors responses)?

First time using Google Surveys and I was so impressed! It was doing everything I needed for research on a book I am writing. However, Thursday night… on my phone looking at some responses I accidentally deleted the questions (and the responses). I could not find them anywhere and re-created the document but I am now missing my first 40 responses. The updated survey still includes the #40 replies at the top but the answers are not there. Can it be recovered? Please help!

user research – How to tie SurveyMonkey respondents to unique IDs so we can track their data across survey they fill out anonymously?

Looking to send SurveyMonkey links to ~100 users for an alpha test. It’s an anonymous survey and they will be required to complete 3. We would like to be able to track their responses across all 3 surveys, but they will be completing the surveys anonymously.

Has anyone had experience with this? A coworker said there a way to add a line of code in the email recruitment feature that will create a unique respondent ID for us but I’m not finding how to do this anywhere.

Thanks!

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Embedded Survey with a Small Visual Profile

I’m looking for a survey service that will allow me to embed a survey as a small fixed position element on the page (ideally in the lower right hand corner of the screen). The ideal would be something like this (which I sourced from Google Careers) with a 300 pixel width:

A survey with a small physical profile 300px wide by 350px tall

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The application is a survey application and new surveys are coming. You earn 5 – 10 TNC coins per survey you solve.
TNC coin is traded on about 15 exchanges, trading on coinmarketcap and you can exit the application at any time, at any min. there is no shooting limit.

The number of people opened in the application varies between 20,000 and 80,000.

It is necessary to do kyc tasks for more surveys to come.
(kyc process is definitely not identity verification, it is classic survey questions such as age, annual income, marital status.The more kyc you pass, the more surveys will come)

You will also earn 5 TNC ($ 0.5) per reference you bring.

Registration link: https://realresearch.page.link
(Click on the link above via phone, it will give an error when you click on the computer.)

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forms – Help with writing a survey for clients to rate my UX performance/contribution

I’m writing a survey for internal clients at my company to rate my performance on the UX services I’ve provided. The survey is going to contain a rating system on a scale from 1-5 (and N/A) in the following areas: Qualitative research, Quantitative research, Visual design, Interaction design, Workshop facilitation, Presenting, Writing, Information architecture.

I’m struggling to come up with the best labeling for the star levels. I want it to be obvious to the respondents what exactly they’re measuring. What I want to know is what they consider my skill level to be. This is intended to help our new UX team to gather insights on our individual skills and our team skills to uncover gaps and areas we need additional training and practice in.

Has anyone else created a survey like this, or done similar research on personal performance? Any advice?