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Add a Star Rating Question to Your Survey

Why use the same old boring rating scales? Jazz up your survey by allowing your survey respondents to give ratings using a star scale.

With Survey Analytics it's easy to add a Star Rating question to your survey.



Just add a new question, then select "Star Rating" under standard question types.  You can label each half-star rating with a custom label if you'd like.

Once you've added the star rating question, you can mouse over the stars and they will be filled in with a yellow color. Once you click your rating, the stars will fill in red.

Here is a video tutorial showing you how to do it.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLreSF4SA_A]

Also, here's a link to a Survey Analytics help file about star rating questions.

http://www.surveyanalytics.com/help/703.html

Have fun with using star ratings with Survey Analytics!

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