Understanding screener question types
You can ask scouts up to 15 questions in a screener, one of which can prompt scouts to take a picture or video. In addition, you can ask up to 5 pre-written questions asking for basic demographic information.
You can include up to 3 knockout questions to automatically disqualify scouts based on their answer choice. These applicants will be skipped to the end of the screener and marked as “poor fit”.
- Media Questions: You can ask one media question per screener. Think of it as scouts' opportunity to audition for your project.
- Close Ended Questions: Use single choice & knockout questions to disqualify unsuitable applicants.
- Open Ended Questions: Collect additional detail and context.
- Checkpoint - Give scouts a breather or additional context without asking a question.
- Media - Select this question type then define what type of media you'd like within the question.
- Video - Prompt scouts to take a video.
- Photo - Prompt scouts to take a picture.
- Mixed Media - Ask scouts to take either a photo or a video.
- Open Ended - Select this question type then define how long the response can be within the question.
- No Limit - No character limit for answers.
- 140 Characters - Short response
- Multiple Choice - Select this question type then define how many choices can be selected and if any should terminate.
- Single Choice - Scouts can only check one answer.
- Multiple Choice - Scouts can check as many answers as you allow.
- Knockout - Toggle ON to make a question a knockout and select the answers that should terminate scouts who would absolutely not qualify for your mission(s).
- Number - Scouts can type just about any number.
- Scale Rating - Scouts can choose a number between 1 to 100 to rate the intensity of their feeling.
- Screen Recording - An Enterprise only feature that allows you to record up to two minutes of the scout’s screen as they interact with the content of a web link.
- Demographic Questions - These don't count against the 15 question limit, & ask scouts about their:
- employment status
- household composition
- household income