Identification of respondents

- simply speaking, linking a specific filling to a specific respondent.
By selecting this option OFF, the identification of the filling on the basis of the respondent's token will not be possible.

Token

  • token is an access code.

It does not mean that the respondent has to enter the survey access code.
If you select the Security at the highest level option and you send survey invitations from our application, the tokens will be "sewn" into the link and the respondent will not have to enter anything. The token will be automatically generated, placed in the link and activated after the respondent clicks on the unique link from the survey invitation.

A single-use token means that after entering an already completed questionnaire, the information that the token has been used will appear.


Multiple use token means that after entering an already completed questionnaire, the respondent will be able to change his answers.

The tokens can be given an expiry date.
To do this, select the option:

The highest level of security

  • This is the security level that allows you to identify the respondents.

With the highest level of security, each respondent receives a unique link to the survey, and each link is secured with a Token . If you want no unauthorized person to fill in your survey, this is the security level you should set.

With the highest security level set, you can identify respondents or allow an anonymous survey to be completed.

High level of security

  • The survey is available only after entering the password. Same password for everyone.

Medium level of security

- The survey is available directly from the link, which is the same for all participants.

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