There are two categories of questions that organizers can send to invitees and participants. These categories are: RSVP questions and Survey questions. RSVP questions ask about attendance and are required for every Event and Event Part. Survey questions are optional and may be used to ask specific questions such as: "What meal would you like?" or "Rank your favorite activities."
Since one of the essential facets of Events is whether or not individuals are attending, RSVP questions are included for every Event and Event Part. You have a few options when setting up these questions. For Events you can select whether to assume all the People or Places in the Event are attending using the "All Attending" option. Conversely, you may also select "Ask If Attending" to ask each individual People and/or Place whether they are attending the Event.
Event Parts have similar options to Events with some slight differences. While Event Parts also have the "Ask If Attending" option, they also have "Link Attendance". "Link Attendance" means that invitees' attendance for the current Event Part will follow their selection for the overall Event. Essentially this option means that selecting "Yes" for the overall Event means also selecting "Yes" for the Event Part with "Link Attendance".
Please note that attendance settings are selected by List so each Event and Event Part may have different attendance settings for People or Places Lists.
Survey questions are used to collect specific information from invitees. They are added to Events and Event Parts by List and Attendance. This means that organizers have a great degree of flexibility in the questions they present to any individual. For example, invitees may receive completely different questions depending on their attendance status.
To accommodate the wide variety of information required to run successful Events, there are numerous Question Types available. These include: Multiple Choice, Rank, True/False, and much more.
For more information on setting up Survey questions, please refer to the article: "Creating Survey Questions".