Yes/No questions

Some questions can be answered by a simple yes or no. This type of question is easy to use, and a series of yes/no questions can be used to measure more complicated indicators. For each question, you can indicate the correct answer, and you can also set a target in terms of what percentage of the population should get it right.

Yes/no question type

 

Add questions and indicate the preferential answer

Go to the first row and enter the first question in the 'Label' column. Then you can indicate what would be the correct or preferred answer from your respondents, by clicking in that column. A check mark will appear.

 

Set the target

You can set the target in terms of how many beneficiaries out of the total group (population) will achieve this target. Click on the Target button button, or double-click on the target cell in the table to open the following dialog window:

Setting the target as a percentage of the total population

 

 

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