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How To Add Existing Survey to Project

 

Overview

 

Usually a new survey is created from within an existing project and so automatically attached to this project and seen under it in the organization tree. Yet there’re cases where existing surveys are not attached to any project in the tree. That is, the surveys were created in the past and they do exist in the account, only those are not shown in the organization tree in the studio. This can happen when a survey has been removed from a project (right click a survey and select Remove).

This article will show you how to attach an existing survey script to a project in the organization tree.

 

1. Step 1: Choose the project you want to attach the survey to

2. Step 2: Find the survey in “folders tree”

3. Step 3: Add the selected survey to the project

 

Step 1: Choose the project you want to attach the survey to

 

Open the organization tree in the studio and go to the project you want to add an existing survey to:

 

 

Step 2: Find the survey in “folders tree”

Right-click on the selected project and choose the “Add existing survey to project” option:

 

In the opened window you’ll find a tree (similar to the organization tree in the studio) with all customers, projects and surveys that exist in the account’s folders. You need to open the nodes and find the survey you want to add (it should be placed under the customer and project it was originally created under):

 

 

Step 3: Add the selected survey to the project

 

Mark the survey you want to add and click on “Add survey”:

 

 

That’s it!

 

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