Login to Opinio using a unique username and password given to you by IT Services.

Opinio Access is Temporary

IT Services has limited licenses for Opinio, so access to Opinio is not permanent. After your survey is complete, IT Services will arrange a time to close the Opinio account.

Surveys Requiring Approval

Surveys going to Marquette audiences may require approval from the university's Online Survey Review Group before IT Services can issue a login.

In addition, academic research surveys require IRB review. Academic researchers will need to forward the IRB approval/exemption letter (an email attachment) before IT Services can issue a login.

Documentation

ObjectPlanet (the maker of Opinio) also offers some tutorials on their website.


Choosing the Privacy Level

Checklist before publishing your survey

  1. Did you use the preview survey function to test the survey (especially if you use question branching)?
  2. Did you use page breaks (with perhaps up to six questions per page) to make the survey easier to take?
  3. When previewing the survey, did you enter at least 256 characters of sample text into comment boxes?
  4. Is the survey available for responses? (Green light shows it's available)
  5. Are the start and stop dates for your survey correct?
  6. Did you delete all test responses?
  7. Do you want the respondent to submit the survey only once or multiple times?
  8. If using Opinio for e-mailing invitations, did you send a test invitation to yourself and some testing volunteers? It is strongly recommended that invitations are sent as 'Text Only' (as opposed to HTML).
  9. Do you need to track the identity of your respondents? If so, make sure you are using Opinio to send emails. Be sure to turn on survey authentication and set Anonymity to "No anonymity" (unless the survey is confidential). Alternatively, if your audience is Marquette students, faculty or staff, Opinio can use an eMarq login to store respondent identity.
  10. Did you reload your survey and check for problematic text? Some text characters, like smart quotes or curly apostrophes, work temporarily in Opinio. However, these characters are problematic on web-based applications and will turn into upside-down question marks or other odd characters. To make sure you do not have these problem characters, from you survey home page (the 'stoplight' page), click Survey Setup and click Reload Survey. Then check your survey text and invitations for any problematic characters. Use the Quick Question Edit feature (under Look and Feel) to edit all your questions and responses at once.
  11. If using Opinio to email your invitations, make sure your survey invitations are active. Even if the survey is active, if invitations are not activated, email invitations will not go out.

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