Checkboxes Question

Checkboxes question allows respondents to select multiple options from a list of choices. It is useful for gathering information about multiple preferences, opinions, or behaviors in a single question. View a Checkboxes example.

Checkbox Question Example

Creating a Checkboxes Question

You can create a Checkboxes question by following steps:

1. Choose Checkboxes to add the question to your survey.

Survey Question Customization Options

2. Enter the question you want to ask in the text box provided. Make sure the question is clear and concise.

3. Add the options for the question. You can add as many options as you need. You can add picture and description for options.

4. Set the choice range by specifying the Min and Max number of options respondents can choose.

Survey Platform Interface Screenshot

5. If your question has an option for "None of the above" or "All of the above", check the Mutex checkbox to prevent other options from being selected when this option is chosen. View the example.

Adding Questions Tutorial

6. (Optional) Adjust any additional settings for questions and options.

Making Questions Required

Referring to Previous Answer

Randomizing Options

Allowing Comments for an Option

Group Settings

Stacked Options

Pipe Answer

Display Logic 

Skip Logic

Display Option Logic

7. Click Finish

Analyzing the Data 

SurveyPluto offers various ways to display the results of Checkboxes questions. The results show the number and percentage of responses for each option, and are presented using charts and tables to visualize the data. Multiple chart types are available for Checkboxes questions, including column, pie, doughnut, bar, and line charts.

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