Images: Generate Responses from Images

This article will show you how to easily generate responses using images directly from a question


We have made some enhancements when using images:

  • You can now upload images directly from any question card using responses. This will allow you to stay within your question card and not have to go to another section of the 'Build & Edit' Tool. 
  • You will also be able to resize the images to make them show up consistently within your responses.

Uploading Images Within Your Question

If you are going to use images within your question, follow the steps below: 

  1. Program your question. It must be a question type which has a response list. 
  2. Click on the 'Generate Response From Image' button at the bottom of the screen:

  3. To upload the images, you have 2 choices:
    • Click on the '+ Images' button on the top left to add images directly from your question by allowing you to search for the images from your computer
    • You can also just drag and drop them into the window. This will also upload them as well. 

Resizing Images

In this example, I uploaded 4 images directly into the question using the steps above. The following directions will show you how to resize them so you have consistent images. 

  1. Select the images you would like to use as your responses. There are two ways to do this:
    • Click on each individual image you would like to use. The order in which each image is clicked will determine the order they inserted as responses
    • Click on the 'Select All' button to select all the images available. These will all appear as answer options, in the uploaded order 
  2. Click on the 'Resize Images' checkbox on the bottom left. 

  3. You will then have the option to update either the width or height. Enter the number only in pixels in the box. The images will be resized for this one time use in this question. 

  4. In this example, the width is set to 150px. 

  5. Once you are ready, click on 'Generate Responses' 

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