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Sometimes, surveys are conducted frequently related to the same topic. There might be some questions that are asked every time a new survey is deployed. A question library acts as a personal library where you can add questions that are frequently used in the surveys. It acts as one place for all the important and repetitive questions.
You can choose questions from your own question library and include it in your surveys. This way, you don’t have to keep framing the same questions again and again.
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Let’s say a company sells a product and conducts routine feedbacks with its customers. Every survey asks basic demographic questions like their name, gender, contact etc. In such cases, a question library can be maintained having all these frequently asked questions. It would look something like this:
Surveys that are conducted regularly, might have changes in questions here and there. But most of them remain the same. Example, you make it a practice to collect the name and email of respondents in every survey regardless of the research topic. In such a case, you can create a question library personalized for fixed demographic questions that you frequently need.
This way, you don’t have to search for the same questions again and again, and avoid framing them all over again for all the surveys. Your question library possesses your personalized collection of regularly used questions.
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