How to Add Multiple questionnaires in one single Reference check

With the ability to handle multiple questionnaires within a single criteria for Reference checks, you can now effortlessly manage background checks without manual interventions.

Step 1: Creating a Questionnaire

  1. Log in to your account on our platform.
  2. Navigate to the Questionnaires page and click on "New Questionnaire"
  3. Choose the "Reference check" Questionnaire type and personalize your questionnaire.

Step 2: Customizing Your Questionnaire

  1. Choose the "Reference check" Questionnaire type
  2. Fill in the questionnaire details, including the title and specific questions.
  3. Add any additional information required for a comprehensive background check.
  4. Save the questionnaire.

Step 3: Assigning Questionnaires to Criteria

  1. After creating the questionnaire, go to the "Criteria" page and click on "New criteria"
  2. Assign the relevant questionnaire to the "Reference check" criteria.
  3. Repeat this process for each questionnaire you wish to include.

Step 4: Name displayed to the candidate

  1. The name entered in this field will be visible to the candidate while completing the form. Clarity is crucial to ensure their understanding of the purpose. In the event of multiple questionnaires, it aids in easy differentiation, so please provide specific and clear information in this field.

Step 5: Matching Relationships

  1. For each questionnaire, specify the type of relationship between the candidate and referees.
  2. Ensure that the relationships align with your background check requirements.

Step 6: Add a referee count

  1. For each questionnaire, select the minimum number of referees whose responses you desire for each questionnaire.

Step 7: Adding additional questionnaires

  1. Effortlessly add multiple questionnaires by clicking on 'Add an additional questionnaire' to reveal extra fields if needed.


Step 8: Comprehensive Reporting

  1. Access detailed reports highlighting differences in responses and the progression of the multiple questionnaires.