Getting started: create your first Product Recommendation Quiz
In the app’s dashboard, click on the “new quiz” button:
You can choose from one of our pre-defined quiz templates or start from scratch.
Give a name to your quiz (you can edit it later):
If you follow the previous steps, you should end up in the Quiz Builder section, where you can add/delete questions, create different options for each question and link your products and collections to each option.
Adding and deleting questions
To add a new question to your quiz, hover over any existing question until you see the “add new question” button highlighted.
Click on it to choose one of the following question types from the dropdown list:
To delete a question, click on the “more options” button (three dots) and then click on “Delete”:
Customize the quiz results based on your customer’s responses
The beauty of our solution, what really differentiates us from other quiz or form builders, is that we use your customer’s responses to recommend the products which best match their needs.
This is done by linking Products and Collections (Collections can be easily created and managed in your Shopify Store) to each specific response. To do this, click on the “Link Products” or “Link Collections” tab in the Quiz Builder.
This will display two inputs for every response. The left column is used to link products or collections which will be upvoted in the product recommendations if your customer selects that option.
The right column is used to link products or collections which will be excluded from the product recommendations if your customer clicks on that option. This is very useful for excluding products which might contain allergens or sensitive ingredients.
It is very important that if your products are correctly tagged and categorized in your Shopify Store’s collections because our Product Recommendation Quiz’s logic depends on this to accurately recommend products to your customers.
Customize the quiz design to match your website’s look & feel
Our editor allows you to choose among +900 fonts, pick one of our multiple color palettes, edit the questions/responses and choose between multiple response types (multiple choice answers, image answers, open text answers…).
However, if this is not enough and you really want to fine-tune your quiz’s design, get in touch with us so we can understand your goals and give you an estimation.
Publishing the quiz on your store
Once you’ve finished building your quiz, linking your product collections to each response and customizing the quiz’s design to match your store’s look & feel, you’ll be ready to go live.
Click on the “share” link on the top-right corner of the quiz builder. This should open a view where you can choose among our different display options and preview how the quiz will be embedded on your website:
There are three ways your quiz can be displayed on your website:
Popup Link. The quiz will be launched as a popup when your customer clicks on a navigation menu link or a link on any page or blog post.
Popup Button. The quiz will be launched as a popup when someone clicks on the button.
Inline Embed. The quiz will be loaded inline inside the content of any page or blog post.
Just copy the code and follow the instructions to insert it in your store.
How do logic jumps work?
Let’s say you want to create a skincare consult quiz for your website. You’d start with a general question like, “What type of skin do you have?” and your customers would have to choose between the options you lay out for them (Dry, Normal, Combination or Oily skin).
But you don’t need customers with dry skin to see questions that are specifically targeted for women with oily skins, or viceversa. With logic jumps, you can show customers with oily skin one set of questions, while customers with dry skin would see another.
Is there a way to ask for the customer’s phone number, name or their URL, instead of their email address?
Yes, you can ask for your customer’s phone number using a Short Text question (identified by the yellow icon below):
Short Text questions are very versatile and can be used to ask for names, URLs, phone numbers or any other data which requires your customer to type in information.
Any more questions? Get in touch!
We’re doing our best to keep this page updated with questions we get asked often. However, if you need any help, send us a message using the chatbox or get in touch with us via email. We’ll be glad to help!