Does currently offer a Menu-based conjoint?

Menu-based conjoint is a specialised form of conjoint analysis that lays the choice task out as a menu of options, and allows respondents to select how many (if any) of each item they would choose. While this format may be more natural for respondents in some cases, this comes at the cost of additional analytical overhead and design complexity.

We currently do not offer a menu-based conjoint option.

For many applications, similar insights can be arrived at by using generic conjoint or the product variant selector.