[Solved] Is there any way to track the changes/edits made to my survey?


I have a survey that I thought was completely built before I launched it. When we sent out the link, respondents noticed that one of the questions had no choices for the likert scale. I’m positive I entered them in the build environment. I’m trying to see if they got deleted by accident by either myself or another member of my team. Is there anyway to track the edits done to any particular survey?


thanks, r

Maddi answered

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    I have never seen any kind of change tracking capability on any of the survey tools we have used, including SurveyGizmo.

    On major survey projects, we do a simple form of version control.  We use the SURVEY LEGEND function to export copies of the survey at various points in the development and testing phase and store them in a network folder.

    And we also usually appoint one person as the ‘owner’ of the project.  They have sole responsibility for building and editing the survey.  Any changes or revisions to the survey have to be made by the ‘owner’, unless there is some drastic need (and it would take a major screwup for that to happen) or the change is very minor (correct a typo).

    I would like to say that we developed these processes as a matter of planning and forethought, but the fact is we learned through bitter experience. Good luck.

    Jim W (Moderator) answered

      @KiwiJoker : We’ve added this functionality to our Team & Enterprise Plans since this post was initiated. You can learn more here:


      I hope this helps!

      Bri Hillmer
      Documentation Coordinator
      SurveyGizmo Customer Experience Team

      Community Admin answered

        I have used tools which display the history found Andrew Ethan of changesdits survey useful when working in team in and trying to track down when a chance was made and whom 

        Maddi answered

          I have used tools which display the history of changes/edits to a survey. This is very useful when working in teams and trying to track down when a change was made and by whom.

          KiwiJoker answered


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