How to: Add scoring to a form (Admin)

Formula Builder

A formula will give a score based on how questions in the form are answered. A formula is calculated by SUM (addition) SUB (subtraction) AVG (average) or PCT (percentage). When setting up a formula, you simply select how you would like to calculate the score and select the questions you would like included in the calculation. In the case of multiple-choice and yes/no questions, you may also be asked to assign a value to the specific answer in order to calculate a score.

  • Start by going to the form you would like to edit and click on the pencil.
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  • If you click on the 'Score' tab and have not yet added a formula field this is the screen you will see. 
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  • Once you add a formula field to the form 
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  • You can edit what you would like the field to say, you can save your work by clicking 'Publish' in the top right-hand side, before moving on to the scoring tab. 
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  • From the scoring tab you can then select/drag which questions (one by one or select multiple at a time) you would like to be used for the formula calculation, which type of calculation (Sum, Subtraction, Average, Percentage) you would like and assign the points accordingly:
    You also have the option to allow N/A fields to be scored or if you do not want them to be included, make sure to check the box next to "Do not include unanswered questions in calculation?"
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  • Once that has been done, we suggest testing the formula by going to 'Preview form', to see a version of what your form submitters will see and to verify the formula is working/correct. If it's working as it should make sure to save your work by clicking 'Publish'. 
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  • If any edits need to be made to the formula, go to the 'Score' tab, and in the top right-hand side of the formula box click on the pencil to edit, and to save your work make sure to 'Publish' your changes. 
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Sum

When these questions are answered it should add up to however many were answered: Questions 1, 2 or 3.

The option to attribute points to No is also there if you would like for the answer of 'no' to count for less points. (NOTE: IT WILL ADD ANY/ALL POINTS)

Form Builder: Score tab view 

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Subtract

When these questions are answered it should subtract however many points depending on which were answered: Questions 1, 2 or 3.

The subtraction will take the topmost question answered score, and subtract from that number the amount of points from subsequent questions answered

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Average 

When these questions are answered it will give you the average points of all questions that were answered out of the total possible

Example: if a formula contains 4 yes/no questions worth 10 points if the question is marked yes, and the form submission contains 3 yes answers and 1 no, the formula total would be 7.5

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Percentage

When these questions are answered it will give you a percentage (decimal amount) of the points earned by the questions answered against how many points are possible for all questions in the formula.

Example: in a formula that has a total of 100 points possible, if the form submission got 80 points, the formula total would be 80%

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You can also use a negative amount in the questions answer values if you would like to subtract a value or add value depending on the question type.

Please note when adding a formula/score that you are NOT adding the formula underneath a dependent question. 
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* If you would like a more complex formula in order to arrive at your desired calculation please feel free to reach out to your Customer Success Manager or support@zenput.com

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