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Matrix table with square buttons, instead of radio buttons

fmhs
fmhs Community Member Qubie ✭
edited December 2018 in Custom Code

Hi all,

I would like to recreate the look and feel of the NPS question type, but customize the response options and numeric labels. That is, a numeric scale with square buttons and text labels above the scale that is displayed horizontally on desktop and mobile.

The easiest way to implement that would be to create a single-row matrix question, hiding the label columns (as discussed here). However, how would I be able to force the matrix question to use the square buttons, instead of the default radio buttons?

I would like this:

Instead of this:

Note: I am able to accomplish the above by adjusting the numeric labels of the NPS type (see discussion here). However, I could not find a way to change the number of response options from the default 11 options.

Any help would be much appreciated!
Cheers,
Fabian

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  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Qubie ✭
    edited December 2018 Accepted Answer

    Hello @fmhs

    Step 1: Use Matrix Table question type and Matrix Type - "Profile". Number of Statements - "1" .
    Number of Scale Points - "11" and rename these scale points as -5 to 5.

    Step 2: To get label in box - Change the survey theme( eg: Qualtrics 2017) from the look and Feel tab.

    Step 3: Paste the following js in Matrix question js(onReady) to hide statement text
    jQuery(".c1").hide();

    Step 4: Output

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  • fmhs
    fmhs Community Member Qubie ✭

    Hi @Shashi, and many thanks for this great suggestion! Just one follow-up question: This solution does not allow me to add labels above the boxes. Ideally, I would like to anchor the endpoints with "strongly disagree" and "strongly agree". Any idea how to accomplish that?