Questions can be set to be required if a respondent answers a previous question, or set of questions, in a specific manner.
For example, if a respondent answers that they prefer Brand A over Brand B, you could make it mandatory for them to answer a follow-up question asking for more details.
When a question is set to be required, the respondent is forced to answer it before moving on to the next page or submitting the questionnaire.
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