Imagine the following situation in the construction of your form: when answering the first question, you want the user who selects alternative A to be directed to question 2; the user who selects alternative B is directed to question 3 and the user who selects alternative C is directed to question 4.
It means that your form will follow the following structure:
*When choosing, in Question 1:
Alternative A -> Question 2
Alternative B -> Question 3
Alternative C -> Question 4
and so on.
With the conditional questions, you can create conditions for each of questions 2, 3 and 4 so that the user is directed to the question that they must answer based on the previous answer.
In this case, you need to make the questions skip-logics settings as follows:
In Question 2: configure this question to be skipped if the answer to question 1 is different from A.
In Question 3: configure this question to be skipped if the answer to question 1 is different from B.
In Question 4: configure this question to be skipped if the answer to question 1 is different from C.
That means that, if the answer to the first question is equal to A, the user will be directed to Question 2.
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