With simple branching, you cannot set up logic based on responses to multiple questions. Also, with simple branching, the logic is executed immediately.
Compound Branching: With help of Compound Logic, you can set up branching based on responses to multiple questions in the survey.
Delayed Branching: With Delayed Branching, you can set up Branching Logic based on a question which was asked much earlier in the survey.
Compound Branching and Delayed Branching can be used in combination in a survey.
Consider this example:
Q3: General question to be answered by everybody
Q4: General question to be answered by everybody
Q5: General question to be answered by everybody
After Q5, respondents should branch to different questions based on their selection in Q1 AND Q2:
Q6: To be answered only by respondents who selected Gender=Male and Age=18 & above
Q7: To be answered only by respondents who selected Gender=Male and Age=18 & above
All respondents should again answer the rest of the questions.
Q8: General question for all respondents
Q9: General questions for all respondents.
Steps for setting this up:
Before setting up the logic, set up all the questions in the survey.
Since the logic should be executed on Question 5 – Q5 in this case, click on the Logic button for this question:
Step 1: Define Criteria
Step 2: Set Logic
In this example, the last step would be to add a page break after Q7 for functionality. Otherwise, Q8 will appear on the same page as Q7, which would confuse respondents and interfere with the logic of the survey.
License & Access Options
This feature/tools described here are available with the following license(s) :