Skipping is a very useful survey feature that will allow you to send a respondent to a given section of the survey based on their responses to a given question or even series of questions. For example, if you are conducting a survey amongst students and teachers, you may want to ask the teachers questions that are slightly different from what you ask the students. If one of the questions that you were to ask was “Are you a student or a teacher?”, then you could send the respondent to a specific page on the survey based on their response to that question. By default, skipping destinations are specified as pages. In other words, you can send people to a given page based on their answers to prior questions. You can also send respondents to a given question by including only one question on the destination page.
How to Use:
For simple skipping, simply drag into your survey a question type that supports this option (multiple choice questions and dropdown questions – for other question types, you must use advanced skipping options). Once the question has been dragged in, click on any one of the choices available and a dropdown menu will appear under it that will allow you to specify what page the respondent should end up on.
Watch this video tutorial on skipping to a question: