The matrix block allows respondents to input data in a grid-like format. It can be used for questions that involve multiple statements or criteria with a common set of response options.
For example, you could use a matrix field to ask respondents to rate their level of agreement with a series of statements on a Likert scale or rate multiple products or services on a set of attributes (e.g. quality, price, customer service).
How it works
/matrixto insert the matrix block.
Add your question and values in the rows and columns. To add rows or colums simply hit
To move rows or columns, drag them to the correct position.
To allow the respondents to choose multiple answers per row, enable
Multiple Selection. To randomize the rows, open the block settings and click
To mention answers to your matrix question, simply type
@and select the value you want to mention.
You can use conditional logic to conditionally show and hide rows or columns.
To format the text or add links, simply select the text in your rows or columns.
Customizing the design
Use our free customization options or custom CSS to fully customize the look & feel of your matrix question.
Duplicate one of our form templates and start using the matrix right away.