Editing Live Microsurveys

UserLeap live edits of surveys can be used to accomplish the following:

  1. Add questions to the survey
  2. Change the order of existing questions
  3. Edit/Add survey logic to existing or new questions
  4. Make edits to question/response wording*

*changes to question/response context are not an intended use-case for the Live Edit feature. Doing so may lead to issues with data accuracy

Adding Questions

  1. Click on Microsurveys on the left-hand side of your screen

  2. Find the survey you want to edit, and click to open it

  3. Click on Edit, it should be positioned under the survey title and next to “Launched [Date]”

  4. In the Questions tab, scroll down and click Add Question

  5. Click on the three dots ... to the right of the survey question number and select Insert New Below

  6. Select your question type - add options as needed.

  7. Scroll up and click Update Survey

Change the Order of Questions

  1. Click on Microsurveys on the left-hand side of your screen.

  2. Find the survey you want to edit, and click to open it.

  3. Click on Edit, it should be positioned under the survey title and next to Launched Date.

  4. Find the question from earlier (or pick any existing question), click on the three dots over to the right, and use the up or down arrow to change the order.

  5. Once the question order has been set, click Update Survey.

Edit/Add Survey Logic

  1. Click on Microsurveys on the left-hand side of your screen.

  2. Find the survey you want to edit, and click to open it.

  3. Click on Edit, it should be positioned under the survey title and next to Launched Date.

  4. In the Questions tab, select a question and click Add Logic.

  5. Edit pre-existing logic by either deleting it completely (X button) or make changes using the dropdown(s).

  6. Once the question order has been set, click Update Survey.

What Can’t be Changed?

As of today (may change in future iterations of Sprig) you cannot:

  • Delete any existing questions that are live.
  • Delete existing options for multiple choice type questions.
  • Make changes to the question type.
  • Make changes to question/response context.*

*while you can change question/response context, it is not advised as doing so can impact data quality