Questions > Yes/No, Scale, Rating, Picture, Autocomplete

Let Landbot help your users answer questions by making them visually appealing and easy to use!
  1. Yes/No question: do you want to make it easy for your customers? Yes or no? Then go for this type of question!


    1. First, drag and drop the green dot and type in "Yes/No" to create this type of question.
    2. You'll see a menu where you can add text, format it, and customize the variable name where the answer will be saved (by default @yes_no):

    3. You can click on the image icon next to each button to customize the icon/emoji/image of that button!

    4. This is how it looks like from the user's perspective when you ask for it:

  2. Scale question: pretty self-explanatory: share a scale your visitors can move from one side or the other to pick their answer!


    1. First, drag and drop the green dot and type in "Scale" to create this type of question.
    2. Again, you'll see a menu where you can add text, format it, and customize the variable name where the answer will be saved (by default @scale), right at the bottom:

    3. Here you can customize not only the question text, but also:
      1. From: Where do you want the scale to start.
      2. Left label: Assign a name to the minimum value within the scale.
      3. To: Where do you want the scale to finish.
      4. Right label: Assign a name to the maximum value within the scale.
    4. Finally, this is what this block looks like in the conversation:

Since landbot creates a possible answer for every number within your range, try sticking to 15-number-scales maximum!

  1. Rating question: isn't ratings what make Amazon great? Bring them on to Landbot!


    1. First, drag and drop the green dot and type in "Rating" to create this type of question.
    2. You guessed right! You'll see a menu where you can add text, format it, and customize the variable name where the answer will be saved (by default @rating), right at the bottom:

    3. Click on the three stars to discover other rating scales and pick your favourite!

    4. Finally, users will see this in the conversation:

  1. Picture choice question: as visual as it can get! Provide options in form of images your visitors can pick from:


    1. First, drag and drop the green dot and type in "Picture choice" to create this type of question.
    2. Again, you'll see a menu where you can add text, format it, and customize the variable name where the answer will be saved (by default @pictures), right at the bottom:

    3. Then, click on Add another button and start adding buttons + images:



      Click on Add an image to upload your own. You can even hyperlink images!
    4. Finally, this is what a Picture choice question looks like in the conversation, isn't it cool?

  2. Autocomplete question: if you have a lot of options users can pick from, try this question type that filters among the possibilities as your visitors start typing!


    1. First, drag and drop the green dot and type in "Autocomplete" to create this type of question.
    2. Again, you'll see a menu where you can add text, format it, and customize the variable name where the answer will be saved (by default @autocomplete), right at the bottom:



      There, start adding as many buttons as you need by clicking on Add another button.
    1. Finally, this is what a Autocomplete question looks like:



      When visitors click in the text area, they'll see the first 5 options in the list:



      As they start typing, landbot will filter the results and, when they press Enter, it will send the highlighted option from the drop-down:


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