New Feature: Add Documents to Surveys

Sometimes it’s necessary to link surveys with a piece of information that the respondents should be aware of but there’s no smooth way to add it directly into the questionnaire pages. The solution to making official documents and other types of reports available for the survey respondents has been to add a link to where you’re storing the files. These links may, however, easily go unnoticed or they take the respondent to another website.

Maptionnaire’s latest feature helps to tackle these issues all at once: You can now upload your documents into Maptionnaire and make them easily accessible in surveys via buttons.

We’ve introduced a new “Documents” section into the questionnaire editor where you can upload and manage your files. Any uploaded document file can be included to your survey by choosing to add a “Document” questionnaire element. You simply then choose the correct file from your uploads and give the “Document” button a name.

Easy and simple for everyone. See below for a quick visual run-through of the process.

Happy mapping!

The new “Documents” section is accessed via the editor’s top menu. Here you can upload and manage your files.

The new “Documents” section is accessed via the editor’s top menu. Here you can upload and manage your files.

Add a file to a questionnaire page by choosing the “Document” element.

Add a file to a questionnaire page by choosing the “Document” element.

Then add a description (name) to the Document button.

Then add a description (name) to the Document button.

This is how the Document button will appear in the survey.

This is how the Document button will appear in the survey.