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Grouping Custom QuestionsUpdated a year ago

As an event organizer, you're well aware how many questions arise when organizing an event and how important it is to quickly receive answers directly from your participants. The b2match platform provides a diverse range of custom question types that you can create to gather essential information from participants during the registration process. 

You can also categorize your questions to improve the organization of your registration process and streamline your workflow. 

How can I group custom questions?

Start by clicking on Configuration on the left sidebar of the Organizer’s tool.

From the Participant section, navigate to Custom Questions.

At the top of the Custom Questions page, use the drop-down menu to choose Question Group, and then click the Add Question button.

This will open the New Question modal.

In the Title field, enter a title for the question group, which will appear at the top.

In the Help Text field, write a text that will help your participants understand the questions within the group. This text will be displayed below the title.

Specify who can answer your questions in the Questions intended for section. You can choose between all participants, specific types, or only organizers.

Under the Answers Visibility section, decide the visibility of answers: 

  • Hidden: Participants cannot view each other's responses.
  • Restricted: Only registered and validated participants can access answers.
  • Visible: If the participant list is public, anyone can view answers.

Once the question group is configured, click the Add Question button.

To easily identify the question group, the row will be highlighted in grey.

Now, proceed to add questions to the question group. Simply drag your questions below the question group row. All questions below the row will belong to this question group. 

If you didn't find an answer to your questions, please get in touch with the Support Team here.

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