Question Types




Kiosk Leads offers a wide range of flexible parameters for collecting and displaying information for your surveys and forms. You can create and configure questions and display options in various formats, as listed on this page.



Switching back and forth between alpha mode and numeric mode on an iPad is a chore, slowing down the data entry process for users. Our alphanumeric option enables alphanumeric data entry for the questions that you specify, while also restricting invalid characters, making the survey response process go faster than ever before. Use this option when collecting data such as Corporate IDs, Driver’s License Numbers, License Plate Numbers and Serial Numbers.

Your survey takers will thank you for enabling the date picker option, eliminating the time consuming and error prone task of single digit entry, when answering survey questions that require a date. Date picker allows users to choose dates with a screen tap, drastically reducing the chances of incorrect answers. Use this option when collecting data such as Enrollment Dates, Event Dates, Hire Dates, Expiration Dates, Dates of Birth, or any other question that requires a date for the answer.

When a decimal number is required for the answer to your survey question, enabling the decimal number feature allows your survey takers to respond more efficiently. This option activates a customized numeric keyboard that eliminates the need to switch to symbol mode to enter a decimal point, which speeds up data entry and reduces the chances of getting a wrong answer. Use this option when collecting data such as mileage, weights, measurements, percentages, time/work hours and more.

When you want your survey takers to respond to a question with a dollar figure, you can activate the dollar amount feature, for maximum control over the data that’s entered. This option provides a customized keypad that eliminates the need to switch between symbol and numeric modes for data entry. The accuracy of the answers you receive increases when this feature is turned on, since users are also restricted to entering a maximum of 2 characters after the decimal point. Use this option when collecting financial information, such as: transaction amounts for expenses, hourly pay rates and other monetary values.

When your survey questions require a basic numeric answer (non-monetary and non-decimal) this option should be enabled, which allows rapid data entry of numerical values, without the need to switch modes on the keyboard. Use this option for collecting information like a person’s age, the number of people in a group, or the specific quantity or count of a product ordered, etc.

You can collect numerical values from survey takers, for a pre-defined range, by enabling our user friendly slider option. This setting is ideal for gathering “best to worse” rankings or scores for products and services, and may be frequently used when creating customer satisfaction surveys of any kind.

This option allows you to calculate and record the total elapsed time for an event or an activity.

When you want a definitive answer from a survey respondent regarding gender, this option makes getting the data that you need easy. The option provides large, intuitive, color-coded tabs that survey respondents can tap on, to make their selection. Use this option when you need to obtain gender information for insurance & medical forms, school enrollments, and other applications where specific gender information must be collected.

Having a definite answer to the question of a survey respondent’s gender is not necessary in some cases. Gender information may also be something that a survey taker wants to keep private for personal reasons. To handle this, we provide a gender neutral answer option, which allows survey takers to avoid entering a specific gender, by choosing ‘prefer not to say’ as their answer. Use this option when gender information is a non-essential element of your survey, which may apply to customer satisfaction surveys, general marketing surveys and some political and/or personal values based surveys.

The list picker option give users a limited list of answers to choose from, which keeps collected answers “normalized”, making it easy to analyze the answers that you receive, as compared to the data that you receive when a Text data entry field is used. The list picker option captures a single answer from a list of up to 500 potential answers that you provide, and can be used for collecting information like the survey taker’s state of residence or the brand or model of an item they have purchased.

This option allows users to report their exact geographical location as an answer to a survey question (based on GPS latitude & longitude). The user’s location data is collected by tapping their location on a map.

This option allows survey takers to choose a single answer from a list of up to 36 potential answers that you provide, and can be used for collecting information like a survey taker’s numerical salary range, their highest level of education or even their favorite sports team.

This option allows survey takers to choose multiple answers from a list of up to 36 potential answers that have been provided, and can be used for collecting information like a survey taker’s specific list of job skills, the list of features on a product that they own, such as the included options on a vehicle, a list of countries where they have traveled, or any other kind of personalized collection of answers.

This option allows survey takers to choose a single image from a list of up to 36 potential images that have been provided, which is a very user friendly and engaging survey method. This option can be used to create engaging quizzes, tests or puzzles.

This option allows survey takers to choose multiple images from a list of up to 36 potential images that have been provided, which is a very user friendly and engaging method of conducting consumer research. This option can be used to collect information indicating the survey taker’s personal experiences or personal preferences, for various products, services or events.

You can ask survey users to rank items on a list of up to 6 pre-defined answers that you provide, by arranging the items listed in their order of preference. This feature can be used to discover which products and services your customers like most and which products and services they like least.

You can show Terms & Conditions to your users and request an answer of “I Agree” or” I Decline”. When the user taps on the “I Agree” button, they are acknowledging that they have read, understand and accept the terms and conditions that are displayed on the screen.

You can ask survey takers to enter free form answers for your questions using this option, while limiting their answer to a single line of text. This option is ideal for collecting high level or summary information from survey takers, like customer names, street addresses, professional titles, reference names, location names or any other kind of user specific information with a limited length.

You can ask survey takers to enter free form answers for your questions using this option, which allows users to enter multiple lines of text. This option is ideal for collecting detailed customer feedback about any product, service or event.

Use this option when you just need a simple yes or no answer to a question. This option can be used for collecting specific customer feedback or market demographics for a product, service or event. This option displays large, color-coded, tap-able buttons to the user, to provide their answer.

Use this option when you just need a simple yes or no answer to a question. This option can be used for collecting specific customer feedback or market demographics for a product, service or event. This option displays large, color-coded, tap-able buttons to the user, to provide their answer.

Use this option when you want to give users the option of answering a question that they are undecided on, while still providing options for definitive Yes or No answers. This option is ideal for conducting customer opinion polls.

This feature lets you highlight any image or object that you that you specify, placing it on center stage, to capture your survey taker’s attention. When you choose this option, your image will cover the entire visible area of the screen, below the navigation bar, while hiding the background page completely. Use this option to display a splash screen, a chart, a graph or a table and its contents, to your survey participants.

You can easily display the contents of a PDF file with this option. Use this setting to show PDF documents containing multiple pages of information, such as product guides, price lists, image galleries, floor plans, manuals or sample documents or contracts.

This option allows users to capture and submit a photo for an activity or for identification purposes (Examples: trade show photos, holiday destination photos, or item condition / inventory photos collected when conducting a home inspection).

Enable this option when you need to provide users with the ability to scan QR codes from their device, to answer a survey question/enter information on a data collection form. This feature is ideal for scanning and managing product inventory that has been labeled with QR Codes.

The Signature capture option allows you to record the signature of your clients, as well as your own, which helps to reduce the chances of misreading a signature.

Use this option to show random images to your users. Set-up is easy: just upload 2 to 18 photos or images - and that’s it! Your survey takers will be able to swipe the screen, to randomly uncover an image. This feature allows your users to win a prize, review interesting facts or view any other image that you want to randomly display.

This multi-purpose option includes a title, text and a button. Use text displays to help users navigate from one form to the next, to provide instructions to users, or to divide lead capture forms in to various sections.

The email address option helps you collect properly formatted email addresses for your clients, leads and survey users.
(Examples: client@gmail.com, businesspartner@hotmail.com)

This option allows you to capture street addresses in Canada and the US. However, you need to show users the format in which you want them to enter the same. For example - Street No, Unit No, Street Name, City, Province, Postal code/Zip Code.
Example:
Street No
Unit No
Street Name
City
Province
Postal Code

Kiosk Leads allows your survey takers to enter their address in the UAE.
Example:
Mr. So and so
P.O box 1234
(Area, exp ;) Jumeriah,
(Then city, exp;) Dubai,
United Arab Emirates.

The Canadian Postal Code option helps users enter a Canadian based postal code in the proper format.
(Examples: 1A A1A, Z5PB1H)

The Indian Postal Code option helps users enter a properly formatted postal code for Indian states. (Examples: 110022, 700034)

This option provides users with options for entering postal codes for UK Cities in a range of valid formats.

                                FORMAT 	       EXAMPLE
                                AN NAA          	M1 1AA
                                ANN NAA        	M60 1NW
                                AAN NAA        	CR2 6XH
                                AANN NAA     	DN55 1PT
                                ANA NAA        	W1A 1HQ
                                AANA NAA     	EC1A 1BB
                                

The US Zip Code option helps users enter a US based postal code in the proper format. (Example: 11111)

This option helps users enter a Canadian or U.S. based phone number in the proper format.

This option helps users outside of the U.S. and Canada enter their phone number in the proper format.
(Examples: +91 011 2253 – 5678 or +91 044 3356 – 7895)

This option allows users to enter or update a website address (URL). Shortcuts and commonly used characters for URLs are included on the keyboard to make data entry faster and easier for users. Data validation is also applied when a user makes an entry to ensure that a valid website URL has been entered.

Enable the option to allow survey takers to opt-in to auto-generated emails, for system events like changed passwords, or for announcements regarding system changes or updates.

This feature allows your users to “like” any comment or post on Facebook.
Examples:
Do you like the given post?
Tell your friend whether you like the post or not.

This feature allows you to show a YouTube video to the user. Use this option to display training videos and ask follow-up questions, show an advertisement and get feedback, or present a movie trailer and ask for ratings. Note: Data connectivity is required for this option to function.

This feature allows you to display an entire Internet web page to your users for any URL that you specify. This feature is useful for sharing information, photo galleries, etc. with your users, allowing you to ask for feedback on the content that’s shown. Note: Data connectivity is required for this option to function.