Table of Contents
- Features of Questionnaire
- Create Questionnaire
- Add Questions to Questionnaire
- Review Responses
The daily questionnaire helps coaches capture qualitative data about your organization. Coaches can create the questions to ask athletes a variety of questions pertaining to their training regime. All questions have a different way of tracking information and there are various methods available for coaches to customize the questionnaire so accurate data can be obtained for the roster.
Questionnaires are a good tool to use for gathering qualitative data about athletes and get feedback from them.
Figure 2: Example questionnaire using questions that have buttons (1-5) and body chart types.
There are a large variety of options available when creating questionnaires. You can add buttons, ranges, text/number inputs, and/or body charts.
Full instructions for creating a questionnaire
Figure 3: Example of a questionnaire being created, includes, name, description, timing, and who to question.
Coaches can create multiple questionnaires and assign it to an individual athlete or a group of athletes. Add and manage questionnaires by going to Settings => Questionnaire => Questionnaires.
Full instructions for creating questions for questionnaire
Figure 4: Example of question created for a questionnaire. You can select which questionnaire you want to add the question to, add title/body, select the type, and rank.
As soon as the questionnaire is ready, you can add/create questions for your questionnaire. You can add as many or as little questions are you want. You can choose how the athlete can decide (i.e. buttons, ranges, text/number input, and/or body charts). Add and manage questionnaires by going to Settings => Questionnaire => Questions.
Figure 5: Example of questionnaire responses recorded for a questionnaire.
Once you have assigned the questionnaire to your athletes, you can review their responses when they complete it. To review the responses, click on Settings => Questionnaire => Responses.
Table of Contents