Creating a Survey with Advanced Targeting (AskToluna Pro)

There are 3 audience selections that you can make with QuickSurveys: AskToluna , AskToluna Pro which is our advanced targeting option, or sending out to your own audience. This post will take you step-by-step to create a survey with AskToluna Pro, our advanced targeting option. You can read this post, or view the video below:

From the QuickSurveys Home Page, Click on Create, then Custom Survey, then AskToluna Pro.

Go through the Define page to name your survey, select a category and customize if necessary

Continue onto the next page by clicking on Target Respondents

Start by selecting the Country you want to target, and adding the number of respondents your survey requires. The number of respondents represents the number of “starts” rather than completes. You must at least have 100 respondents. You can also enter the amount of questions you’ll be using if you’d like to determine pricing but this is optional and will update based on the build page of your survey.

Next is picking your demographic and profiling categories, located on the left side as drop-down menus. Use the scroll bar or search feature to find your target categories.

You can click and drag your targets over to the box on the right entitled “add a targeted quota here”. For example, here’s what you can do with Age

You’ll see that within each target, we offer predefined ranges or customized ranges. You can select or un-select your desired ranges.

You can also merge or split ranges to build customized ranges

Lastly, you can define custom ranges by typing in your desired ranges here

Lastly, click apply. A summary of your selected ranges will be shown on the screen. Once you are satisfied continue to build your questionnaire.


Need more instruction? Navigate back to the main page, and select your category.

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2 thoughts on “Creating a Survey with Advanced Targeting (AskToluna Pro)”

    • Rakesh Singh
    • posted on December 28, 2017

    The number of respondent is actually not the number of starts here i guess. The clients most of the times gets confused between number of completes and starts which leads to discrepancies.

      • quicksurveys
      • posted on January 16, 2019

      Yes you are correct, it is the number of starts, not completes.

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