Multi-conditional branching allows you to trigger a specific action, or set of actions, based on several of a respondents’ previous answers.
For example, if a respondent answers that they like Coke in one question, and that they drink it more than twice in a day in a second question, you could jump them directly to a specific page.
There’s no limit to the number of questions a branching trigger can be based off of.
With multi-conditional branching, you can:
- Jump respondents to a specific page.
- Jump respondents to a random page.
- Show a specific question.
- Hide a specific question.
- Disable a specific question.
- Re-direct to an outside URL.
- Send an email to a list of individuals.
- Mark the survey as complete.
- Terminate the survey.
Check below for video tutorials on Advanced Branching!
Even more information on branching can be found here.
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