Multiscoring feature

The “Multiscoring” feature (available in PRO+ and PRO+Team) allows you to assign points to your questions according to different criteria or themes.
Multi-scoring is particularly useful for personality tests.

This option can be used with single-choice and multiple-choice questions.

Multiscoring is usually used to create personality tests.

1. How to set your Multiscoring 

Click on the “Multiscoring” tab in the “Edit” unit.

Start by creating a first score by clicking on “Add a score”.

  • Name the score and click on “Validate”
  • Create columns based on your themes. You can creat up to 30 scores
  • Click on “Assign points to these answers” on the right of each question to assign points
  • Write the number of points that you want to assign in the boxes: you can enter positive, negative and decimal numbers (per 0.5)
  • Click on the blue “Save” button to confirm your modifications
  • Repeat the procedure for each question. Click on the next pages on the left if you want to create more pages. You can then assign points as explained previously 


1) You can rename and/or delete a score at any time by clicking on the three dots on the right of each column.

2) You can export the setting of your multiscoring by clicking on “CSV Export” on the top right of the page. That will allow you to check your grading once finished.

2. “Multiscoring” Options on the closing page

Click on Closing page from the “Edit” unit to activate the Multiscoring options. 

Best score (multiscoring)

  • Text to display: enter the message announcing the score (e.g.: Your score is)
  • Score display mode: choose whether your score should be displayed in total points, over 10, 20 or in %.
  • Customized texts: configure a customized text for each of your Multi-scores. These messages will accompany your score.

Table of respondent scores

Display your respondents’ total scores in a table.

  • Number of scores to display: select the score(s) you wish to display in a table (All scores/The best score/The best 2 scores, etc.).
  • Column heading Category/Score: you can rename the columns of the table

Note: a minimum of 3 score categories is required to obtain a radar-type graph.

Responder Score Radar

Display the total scores of your respondents in a chart.

Scores to display: Select the score categories you want on the chart.

Chart type: Choose the desired chart type (radar chart, column chart, or bar chart).

Note: A minimum of 3 score categories is required to obtain a radar-type chart.

Personalised message

Insert a personalized message for your respondents. You can also configure its display according to a multi-score obtained. Simply create your message using this option.

Once created, click on the eye to the right of your message and condition its display with the Multi-Scores.

By activating that option, you can display the name of the score for which your respondent got the most poin

For example, you display a message if the score is above or below a value, or if it is between two values.
Between each condition, the “AND” / “OR” connectors allow you to create more or less displaying rules based on your needs. 

Don’t hesitate to test your multiscoring and the options you have activated on the Closing page from the “Preview” mode.

3. Visualizing your respondents’ results

  • Vizualise the scores of your respondents in a table or in a graph

You can visualize the scores obtained by each respondent for each of your themes in a table or a graph.
To do so, go in the “Results” unit and click on “Results per respondent”.

  • Click on the right of each line on the “View details” button 
  • A graph, a table and the details of the answers of your respondents will appear in a new window
  • You can import the content of the window in a PDF file

When you only have one or two scores in your multiscoring, the graph will be offered as bars. From three scores, the results will be displayed in the form of a radar (spiderweb).

  • Visualize the result page of each respondent

You can get the URL link of the result page of your respondents.
It allows you, for example, to view the profile or the personalised messages that each respondent viewed on their result page.

To do so, click on “Results”, and then on “Results per respondent”

  • Click on the “Open” button in the “Result page” column
  • You can view the closing page of your respondent 
  • Copy the link if you want to share it