Is there any way to add reporting values to the Dropdown Menu Items in a Dropdown Menu Grid question?
For example, if I’d like all “Low” values to export as ‘0’.
I figured it out for you!
Perform the following:
- Set a custom class to the question, in this example I set it as ‘menuGrid’.
var myElement = $(‘.menuGrid select’);
myElement.find(‘option:eq(1)’).val(‘3’); // this is assuming that your
myElement.find(‘option:eq(2)’).val(‘2’); // only options are High, Medium
myElement.find(‘option:eq(3)’).val(‘1’); // and Low.
The eq(%%this) is equivalent to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd option in the list. (The (0) option is the Please Select)
The val(‘%%this‘) is the new value that is applied to the option.
I have not done any testing to see how this transfers over in reporting but it does get the value to change in the Radio Button Grid.
Thanks Jacob, but what I would like to do is set the reporting values for the Dropdown Menu Items within each cell in the grid. Any chance there is a backdoor way of doing this (so that the user sees text in the dropdowns, but it is stored/reported as a numeric value)?
I only want to set the reporting values for the actual drop-down list values.
Take the original screenshot for example- I have a drop-down with 4 options (“High”, “Medium”, “Low”, “N/A”). When the survey loads, this creates an HTML <select> element with four options.
To look like:
Sorry I saw that I posted a picture with a Radio Button Grid rather than a Dropdown Menu List, they both work the same though.
Are you looking to have different answers based off the row?
Click the link on the bottom left that says Advanced Option Settings and set the Reporting Values to Custom.