Projects

Your project is private by default: only you can see it. When you’re ready to publish, press the “Share your project” button in the alert at the top of the page. You can also click the “Edit” link in the page header, and select “Share” from...

If you exceed the number of projects your plan allows, you can archive an inactive project to keep your data safe. Archived projects are read-only, so they don’t count towards your plan’s limits: you can’t change an archived project’s settings, add ratings and comments, or...

If you create the same type of Screendoor project frequently, you can save a project’s form and settings as a template to reuse later. You’ll have the option to use that template each time you create a project. **Note**: To create or manage templates, you must...

To change your project’s web address, go to your project’s settings, and To change your project’s web address, go to your project’s settings, and press the “Change?” link under its URL. Enter a new URL, and press the Save button. URLs can only contain letters, numbers, and hyphens. ...

To set a deadline for responses, press the “Edit” button on the right side of the project header. In the project wizard menu, select the “Project Page” tab. Adding a deadline to a project Under “Deadline” select a date and time to set a deadline for responses. If...

By setting a launch date for your project, you can share your project page with respondents before giving them access to the form itself. Setting a launch date Click the “Edit” link on the right side of the project header. In the Project Page step of the...

Screendoor’s project pages tell your audience why they should fill out your form, and give them the information they need to start. Making a first impression with project summaries When someone tries to find your Screendoor project in a web search, or someone links to it on...

Screendoor displays your organization’s most recently updated projects on the dashboard when you log in. To see all of your projects, select the “View all projects” link on the dashboard. You can also access this page at any time from the navigation bar. Choose the Projects...

Creating a project If it’s your first time using Screendoor, press “Create your first project” in the center of the screen. Projects created by other users will appear on this page if you have permission to view them. In this case, press “Create project” to start your...

Your Screendoor account comes with a gorgeous landing page for your forms, along with your own custom forms.fm subdomain. You can make this page your own: add your name and logo, and choose a custom background color for your forms. To start, click on your avatar in the...

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