How to create a Skip-Logic Survey

Create all the different pages first. Go to "Edit Questions" and set where user will go if they answer what.

#1

Before you start, make sure you have a sketch of your questions and where users will go when they answer what

Page 1: If "Yes" go to Page 2, If "No" go to Page 3
Page 2: End of the survey
Page 3: If "Yes" end the survey, if "No" go to Page 4
Page 4: End of the survey

BTW, you can have multiple questions in any page, but only one skip-logic question per page.

#2

Choose to create a Multiple Questions Survey

#3

Enter your Survey Introduction

#4

Set up your questions and pages as sketched on #1

#5

After you've created your first question, you'll see the option to put subsequent questions in different pages

Keep adding your other questions and pages

#6

After you've added all of your questions and pages, click on Edit Questions at the top

#7

Click on the Funnel icon to add skip-logic to that question

Also understand what the red rectangle says:

On Page 1 -> The next page will be Page 2
On Page 2 -> The next page will be Page 3
On Page 3 -> The next page will be Page 4
On Page 4 -> Survey ends

So, let's modify it to match our sketch on Step #1

#8

Update the destination page for each answer choice

#9

Note the difference in the Page logic.

#10

Create Skip-logic for any other question

In this case for Page 3

#11

The final step is to update the "Next Page Orders"

#12

Set up the "Next Page Orders"

#13

Now continue to Step 2 + 3 + Survey Layout as you normally would

If you choose to include filter questions, these questions will be displayed at the last page.

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