When opening a new project in the Editor for the first time you can name your project.

Select if you want to create a simple project or have multiple outcomes. This can be changed later on.

Single Outcome
A simple project assigns a score to each correct answer and everything is saved when the participant clicks through to the "Thank You" page.

Multiple Outcomes

If you select "Multiple Outcomes" you can assign each answer to an outcome. This is used in all our personality test templates.
You can create a number of outcome pages in the Editor and name them accordingly.

In the editor you can set up your project, add pages, place text, images, videos and questions, put in different content elements and try out your project before publishing.

On the very top you will find your project name, the project timer, hidden fields and a link to the help section/ live chat assistance. You can access the project settings and close the Editor to go back to the Project overview screen.

This is the main area of the Editor. You can drag content items onto the canvas to configure and use them in your project.
You can rearrange items by dragging them around. You can copy and paste content items from the canvas to other pages.

Content Elements
To the right you find all available content elements. Below your content elements you can activate "Page Progress" and "Page Navigation".

Page Navigation bar
The navigation bar on the bottom is where all pages of your project are shown. When hovering over a page, you can edit its title, duplicate the page or just delete it. The "Thank You" page or the last outcome page can not be deleted.

You can also change the project type with the arrows icon in the middle.

Design Preview
You can preview your project for desktop and mobile. Here you can click through all your pages. Be aware that in the "Design Preview" outcomes, piped answers and calculations do not show. If you want to test the project use the "TRY IT" button on top of the Preview screen. Make sure that your questions continue to the next page when answered or that you have placed a Button element that links to the next page. Your participants must be able to complete the project in order for their data to be stored.

You can save and publish your project when you feel it is ready. The Editor will show a warning when it detects that your pages do not link through to the "Thank You" page.

After saving your project you can set up project details in the project settings section.

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