Skipping to a Random Page in a Survey? Branching based on Random Logic…

We had 2 webinars today and one of the attendees had this very interesting feature request – skipping or branching to a random question or page on a survey. We liked the feature idea so much that we’re currently working on building it right now. Nate is working away at it as we speak and it should be up on FluidSurveys.com shortly!

The idea is the following. Let’s say that you had 4 different sets of questions and you wanted each of your respondents to answer 2 of the 4. The tricky part is that you want them to answer a random 2 sections out of the 4. For example, one of your respondents could potentially answer sections 1 and 3 while the other respondent answers sections 1 and 4.

We’re working away at it now and it should be available soon! Yes, we’re really fast at building new features :).

Btw, if you have any ideas for features that you’d like to see as part of your online surveys, do let us know!

[update: this feature is live now! Check below for the tutorial.]

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Aydin Mirzaee

Aydin is currently the Co-CEO of Fluidware where he spends his time focused on product strategy, marketing and growth for the company's FluidSurveys (http://fluidsurveys.com) and FluidReview (http://fluidreview.com) products. Aydin co-founded Fluidware in 2008 and since then it has grown to become a market leader with customers in over 80 countries.
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