Qualtrics - Getting Started

This article will provide resources on creating a basic survey and distributing it. Qualtrics keeps an up-to-date, illustrated online guide. You can browse the guide or read the below information to find select guide pages recommended by OU IT.

 

Create Survey

New surveys are created through the Catalog. You can start a blank survey or use a prebuilt template. For a step by step guide, visit Creating a Project.

 

Add Collaborators

If you are working on a survey project with others, you may wish to give them access to your survey. You can adjust the level of access each collaborator has. Learn how to add collaborators.

 

Add Questions

Once you create a survey, you will need to fill it out with questions. For the basics, read about Creating Questions, or check out this article on Question Types for more details.

 

Previewing

Before making your survey live, it is recommended to preview it. This allows you to ensure that the survey works well on both desktop and mobile, and provides an opportunity to check that any advanced features you have added are functioning properly. Read more about the Preview feature.

 

Publishing and Distribution

When you are ready to make your survey live, you will first need to publish it. Then, you can choose from a variety of distribution options. Note: select distribution options (ie, SMS) are not available on all accounts. Please contact OU IT if you need to use SMS or another unavailable option.

If you need to make edits to your survey after publishing, be aware that some edits can affect your data. Before making changes, refer to Qualtrics’s recommendations for editing an active survey to avoid losing or altering data. Once you have determined it is safe to make changes and have completed the updates, the survey must be republished to make the changes visible to respondents.

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Article ID: 2524
Created
Thu 8/19/21 2:31 PM
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Tue 11/23/21 4:24 PM