Password Protect Surveys and Quizzes

Sharing direct links to surveys and quizzes is as easy as copying and pasting them into an email or even broadcasting them over Twitter. There are times when you will want to password protect your content to ensure only your target audience gets the chance to complete your survey or quiz. In today’s blog post, we’re going to learn how to set a password. The process is the same for surveys and quizzes, but we’ll use a survey as an example.

Once you’ve created your survey, hover over the title of it in your dashboard and click on Edit:

Next, scroll down to the bottom of the editing screen to Restrictions, on the lower right-hand side of the screen:

Click on the Password protection checkbox, to reveal a textbox. Enter your password into the textbox and click on the big blue Save and Add Questions button:

You’ll need to be sure to share the password with your participants so that they can access the survey.

When participants visit a password-protected survey, they’ll be asked to enter the password to proceed to the survey:

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