Question Types

About Question Types 

We have several question types and a variety of settings that can be used to collect the data you need. This article provides a brief introduction of each question type, with links where you can learn more. With Enalyzer, you can edit questions at any time, even after you've already collected responses.

Surveys are limited to 510 questions.

List of Question Types

Question Type Description
Multiple Choice

Multiple Choice questions allow respondents to select one or more answers from a defined list of response alternatives. 

Rating Scale Rating Scale questions allow respondents to compare different response options using a common scale.

Forms are an easy and simple way to collect your respondents' background information.

Open Answer

Open Answer questions allow your respondents to fill out their answers themselves in the text box provided.

Image Choice

Image Choice questions allow respondents to select one or more images from a set of images.

Image Upload

Image Upload questions allow respondents to answer your question by uploading an image or taking a picture. 

File Upload

File Upload questions allow respondents to upload files to your surveys.

Matrix Multiple Choice

Matrix Multiple Choice questions consist of a list of sub-questions graphically put into a matrix. It allows respondents to answer these questions with the same response options.

Matrix Rating Scale

Matrix Rating Scale questions consist of sub-questions graphically put into a matrix. It's the perfect option to measure opinions and attitudes.


Ranking questions allow respondents to rank a set of items against each other.

Point Distribution

Point Distribution questions allow respondents to distribute numerical values throughout different response options.

Input Field

Input Field questions are commonly used to enter background information such as name, email, phone number, and more.

Net Promoter Score® (NPS)

The NPS is a metric developed in 1993 by Fred Reichheld as a way to measure customer loyalty.

Recommendation Score

The Recommendation Score question is based on the Net Promoter Score® (NPS) method. However, Recommendation Score questions, unlike NPS questions, which are based on a 0-10 scale, can be based on different scales.

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