SharePoint: Some CSS to make SharePoint surveys look a bit better

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SharePoint surveys when used with rating scales do not look very good at all. Below is some CSS to make them look a bit better, basically adds some spacing & changes the font weights to help the user clearly see the different questions .ms-gridT1 { padding-top: 10px; padding-bottom: 10px; width: 300px; font-weight: normal; } .ms-formlabel … Continue reading SharePoint: Some CSS to make SharePoint surveys look a bit better

Create a survey that can be filled out by all anonymous users, but they cannot see each others entries

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Once youve created your survey: Set advanced settings On this screen, we set ‘Read Access’ to ‘All Responses’, ‘Edit Access’ to ‘Only their own’ and ‘Allow items from this survey to appear in search results’ to ‘No’. Setting read access to ‘All Responses’ seems a bit weird. After all, you will normally not want your … Continue reading Create a survey that can be filled out by all anonymous users, but they cannot see each others entries

How to create a good Sharepoint Survey

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â– Do the respondents feel comfortable answering the questions? â– Is the wording of the survey clear? â– Is the time reference clear to the respondents? â– Are the answer choices compatible with the respondents experience in the matter? â– Do any of the items require the respondent to think too long or hard before responding? Which ones? â– Which items … Continue reading How to create a good Sharepoint Survey