How to use advanced Skip Logic

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This guide is on how to use Skip Logic using multiple answer questions.

If you are building a survey that is using multiple answer questions, then the rules for Skip Logic are more thorough. Since the question allows respondents to select multiple answers, the Skip Logic needs to be able to filter them through to every page based on their selections.

Below is an example of how advanced Skip Logic works. This is the recommended setup for multiple answer questions.

Example Skip Logic

A car sales company has built a survey asking their customers which car manufacturers they have used in the past. There are six pages in total:
-Car types
-Type a
-Type b
-Type c
-Type d
-Type e


Before the company sends out this survey, they will need to apply a set of skip logic rules to the first page.
A rule will be set out for every answer on the first question (Car types). This is so that the customer will only view the relevant pages based on their selections. 
For example, if a customer decides to select three answers (Type a, Type c and Type e), then Skip Logic will make sure that they will skip page 2 (Type b) and page 3 (Type d).

Step by step Guide

This guide is based on the example above.

  1. Once all the pages have been created, Skip Logic can be added. Click Skip Logic on Question 1.

  2. On the next page, click Add New Rule.
  3. The first rule will be set for people who don't choose Type A, to Skip Over Page 2. (Type A). Click Save.

  4. Click Add New Rule. Repeat the previous step but this time set it for people who don't choose Type B, to Skip Over Page 3. (Type B). Click Save.

  5. Repeat this process until there is a rule for each answer. 

When using Skip Logic on multiple answer questions, it is recommended that every page has a name. This will help organise the answers to their corresponding pages.