- Where can you create a survey in ArcGIS Hub?
- What survey templates are available?
- Are surveys available in ArcGIS Hub Basic and ArcGIS Hub Premium?
- What items are added to ArcGIS Online when a survey is created through ArcGIS Hub?
- What privileges do you need to create a survey?
- How are surveys created in ArcGIS Hub different Survey123?
- How do you add a survey to a site or page layout?
- Can you configure a survey to collect spatial data?
- What is the difference between a Map Focused display and a Standard display?
- Why is the Embedded Apps setting recommended for all surveys?
- Can you change a survey's display after it has been published?
- How can you configure a survey for mobile devices?
- Will a new survey show up automatically in a site's search results?
- With whom can you share a survey?
- Who can view survey results?
- Where can you view survey results?
You can create a survey for a site using the New button located in the site’s content library and selecting Feedback. You can also create a new survey when adding a survey card to a site’s layout.
Yes, you can add a map question when designing a survey and select one type of drawing tool (point, line, or polygon) for respondents to add a geographic feature. You can also set an extent to help respondents navigate to the area in question. Any survey that has a map question can use a Map Focused display.
All published surveys appear exactly as they've been designed. This is called the Standard display in ArcGIS Hub. If the survey includes a map question, the map is displayed inline with the survey's questions. The Map Focused display presents questions alongside a full-screen view of the map extent set for the map question. This option is the recommended display for all map based surveys and is the default experience for surveys created with the Map Survey template. Survey123 Connect does not support the Map Focused display.
The Embedded Apps setting determines how content shared on a site’s layout or through its search results opens. This setting is recommended for all surveys, regardless of its display setting. it ensures that the survey opens immediately to its selected display. If it’s disabled for a site, any survey that uses the map focused display will not open as a full-screen map and instead will open to the standard Survey123 display. A survey that uses a standard display opens to the About page (/survey/id/about). This page is populated by the metadata included in the survey's content details. It also includes a link which opens the survey in standard display.
All surveys are mobile-responsive, but you can consider how they’re displayed on your site to ensure high performance on mobile devices. Surveys that are embedded on a site using the embed option should use the disable on mobile setting, otherwise, scrolling becomes limited on smaller screen sizes. Instead, use for the Feature option to have the survey open in a new tab. Any spatial survey should use the map focused display to give respondents a full-screen navigable map and drawing tools.
For surveys to be accessible in your site’s search results, you must share it to site’s content library. Ensure that the survey is also shared to the audience with whom you want it to be visible.
If you are a survey owner, core team member, or organization member and have access to view a survey’s results, you can view them within the survey editor in ArcGIS Hub or by opening the survey in Survey123. You can also use the survey results feature layer to add data visualizations to a site or page layout.