Custom Assessments: Conditional Questions

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You can create more in-depth question flows on your assessment templates and relieve respondents of the burden of answering irrelevant questions with conditional questions.


Conditional logic allows you to enable or skip to specific questions based on the answers of a previous question.


To create a template that utilizes conditional questions:

  1. Navigate to the Templates tab, and click “Add Template” to create a new template.
  2. Add all of your questions.
  3. Select a question with radio button, dropdown, or checkbox answer type.Screenshot 2024-05-10 at 2.24.23 PM.png

  4. Navigate to the “Logic” tab.Screenshot 2024-05-10 at 2.23.24 PM.png

  5. Add your conditional logic by selecting the answer, action, and dependent question, e.g.,
    • If the answer is “Yes,” then enable question 2, or
    • If the answer is “No,” then skip to question 10.
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  6. Answers can either enable subsequent questions or skip to subsequent questions.
  7. You can select multiple answers to trigger an action, e.g., “Yes” can enable question 2 while “No” would enable question 3.
  8. You can preview your template to make sure the question flow works correctly.

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