Configurable Address Questions Now Available in Polldaddy iPad App

Krista Stevens

We recently released a new version of our iPad app that features offline images for multiple choice and HTML snippet question types, min/max for number questions, and more. Additionally, the iPad app also supports configurable address question types. With it, you can select only the fields that you need to have in your address questions and leave out the rest. Let’s look at how it works.

First, you’ll want to create a survey.

Next, add an address question type to your survey:

We’ve been using the fictitious but fun Polldaddy Pizzeria for our iPad posts and configurable addresses are exactly what we need. When you’ve got all the possible options selected for an address question, you’ll have an Address Line 1, Address Line 2, City, State, Zip Code, and Country:

Since we can only deliver within a half hour’s car ride from our pizzeria, all we need are the address lines 1 and 2, and a zip code to confirm the location. We can uncheck City, State, and Country, leaving only the fields we really need:

Once we’ve completed configuring the address question type, we can go to our iPad. Touch the app icon on your iPad to launch it. Touch the Cloud icon to see/refresh the list of surveys in your Polldaddy.com account. Tap the survey you wish to update and click on the blue Save Selections button:

Next, check out the configurable address question on the iPad. Now we just need to type in the address to which we want our pizzas delivered and wait for them to arrive:

Collecting data in the field? Get started with the Polldaddy iPad app. Going to a trade show? Having forms completed in the field? Here’s how to run the Polldaddy iPad app in kiosk mode.

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