Tech Tip: Requiring a Total in a Question (Allocation)
By Hilda Blasius, Product Support Engineer
Posted in Customer Engagement
Did you know that Verint Enterprise Feedback Management makes it easy to set question response values to total a specific number? First, create a new survey or open an existing one on the My Surveys page—this opens the Design tab of the survey designer. To add a new question, click Add and select Fill in the Blank. Enter your question text and topic text, and then modify your question properties in the left-side menu.
Select Allocation to require respondents to enter numbers in the Fill in the Blank question topic input fields that will total to a specified amount. Next, select the amount to which the respondent’s answers must total from the drop-down list that appears. Or, enter your own value if it does not appear in the list. The default value is “100.” You can make the question required or insert a symbol such as (%) before or after the box. Note: Each “fill in the blank” topic must be set to a whole or real number. When allocation is enabled, existing topics are updated to “whole number” by default.
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