Ballpark is the fastest way to capture high-quality feedback on questions, marketing copy, designs and prototypes using task driven questions.
An open-ended question enables respondents to answer using as many words as they feel is necessary, without any binary or non-binary cues. Where closed-ended questions (e.g. yes/no or multiple choice questions) can block respondents from elaborating on their answer or even offering a true answer, open-ended questions allow respondents to fully elaborate.
3 great ways to use our open-ended question template
Open-ended questions are useful for asking respondents the following:
How they feel about something
How to talk about examples of something
How to explain how they would do something
Open-ended question FAQs
When are closed questions better than open questions?