Disable Questions When…
Questions can be disabled if a respondent answers a previous question, or set of questions, in a specific manner.
For example, if a respondent answers that they do not drink Coke, you could disable the follow-up question that asks them whether they like Coke.
When a question is disabled, it will show up for respondents, however, it will be greyed out and choices will not be able to be selected.
Check out the tutorial below to get started:
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