If you’re making a repeatable survey, there is no limit to the number of instances you can make.
If you don’t know what any of that means, than here’s a quick explainer:
With doopoll, you can make a ‘repeatable survey’ which will allow you to ask the same set of questions across lots of places, times, or groups.
This feature was designed for people who wanted to see how different groups in their company viewed a certain topic. In the report of a repeatable survey, you can compare and contrast the results by these instances.
Some people have complicated audiences and want to add 10+ ‘instances’ – one for each group/location/time – and we’ve seen up to 300 of these.
To clarify, there is no maximum number of instances. But beware: when you’re getting up to that 300 number, the charts in the report get pretty wild.