Multiple conditions work in a pattern similar to this: (((((C1 and/or C2) and/or C3) and/or C4) and/or C5) and/or ...) where C1, C2, C3, ... are conditions.
If you had applied any logic to those questions previously, the new logic will overwrite them upon clicking Save.
If all the answer choices for a particular question are hidden after applying answer display logic or if the number of choices/rows/columns available is less than the required options (when the mandatory question option is enabled), then that question will be hidden.
You can pipe in responses from previous questions and customize follow-up questions. For example, if you want to ask your respondents where they hail from, you can first ask them to select their country, and later ask them to choose a state based on the answer they gave to the previous question.
- Create a dropdown question in your survey, with a list of countries for your respondents to choose from.
- Add subsequent questions with the list of states for each of those countries.
- Click one of those follow-up questions that ask for the respondents' state.
- Keep the cursor next to the text and click Insert Variable.
- Click the question whose answer you want to use. The variable will be displayed in the question box.
- Follow the "insert variable" procedure for the rest of the State questions as well.
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