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How to use conditional questions?

Use skip-logic to show or hide some questions based on the answers.

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Written by Aristotle
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📌 What is a conditional question?

Conditional questions allow you to skip certain questions, based on previous answers. 

For Example:

Question 1: What's your favorite pet?

If you choose Dog, ask what type of Dogs and don't ask for information regarding Cats or Lizards.

📌 How can I configure the conditionals questions?

This configuration is made this way:

  • Step 1: Add a question type "Single Option Data". Click on Save.

  • Step 2: Add a question to be conditional 

  • Step 3: On this new question, go to Advanced Options. and check "Skip question based on answer" (as the image below)

  • Step 4: Create a condition to skip a conditional question

Example: If Housing Type (question) is Different to Other go to the Next Question

(meaning that the question "Other" will only appear if this answer is selected as an alternative on the previous question. If not, it will "jump" to the next question)

*It is not possible to insert a conditional question inside a Repeatable Field group of questions.

Note: This feature (conditional questions) is available only on our Standard, Premium and Enterprise Plans.


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