Likert scale field on 123FormBuilder

A Likert scale field is a rating system used in survey forms that aim to measure people‚Äôs attitudes, opinions, or impressions. Form users are asked to rate your statements thus helping you to analyze data and create statistics. This rating service is more useful than a simple Yes/No question.

Looking for a rating system that fits your form building needs? Then use our Likert scale creator.

Likert scales

In our form builder, in the Scale section of your field, you can measure the frequency, quality, importance, level of satisfaction of certain statements, and many others. In the left side panel you will find Add predefined options. Here we listed sets of choices that you can choose from:

  • Degrees of Agreement
  • Degrees of Importance
  • Degrees of Probability
  • Degrees of Quality
  • Degrees Of Satisfaction

You can opt to add your own choices. There is no limit, however, most of the time only between 5 or 7 response options are used.

Add predefined options

Likert statements

Here you type the topics that will be measured using the scale. Find out the respondent’s option of the quality and efficiency of your products/services. Receive feedback regarding areas that can improve your business.

In the left side panel, under Statements section, you can find each default statement that can be renamed or you can choose to Add predefined options:

  • days of the week
  • months of the years
Add predefined options


  1. can I have a quiz with many questions using lickert scale from 1 to 5, and attribute 1 point to 1st option to 5 points to last option and then when the user finish the quiz he has a sum of all his points?

    1. Hi Lucas! Sure thing, your scenario can be achieved by using our calculations feature, which is described in detail here. If you have additional questions or need any assistance creating your quiz, our Customer Care team is just one email away and always ready to help at
      Have a great day!

    1. Hi Amber, from the forms Design -> Label section, you can change the font of the entire form, including the Likert Scale field. However, if you want different fields to have different fonts, you would need to create a custom CSS code in order to make this change. Please feel free to reach out to us at or on live chat if you need any assistance designing your form. Have a wonderful day!

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