- tabithaAsked on December 07, 2017 at 02:21 PM
I have a long survey with a bunch of different categories. I've put each section on a different page. I'd like to make it easy for a user to skip or jump around from section to section as they desire.
I tried the tabs widget. Too ugly.
I tried setting up a pull-down menu and using conditional logic to send them where they select, but then I realized that it wouldn't "go" until they scrolled past all the questions they didn't want to answer to click the next button. Not helpful enough to be worthwhile.
I looked for an option to have the back/next buttons at both the top and bottom of the page, but I can't find that that is a possibility.
What I'd really like are custom buttons that I could label with "Go to category ABC" and I could line up 6 of these buttons so they could take the survey in the order that they choose. Is that possible?
- JotForm SupportTREVONAnswered on December 07, 2017 at 03:49 PM
I have created a clone of your form and made some modifications to it. I have added Section Collapse element making the form shorter and enabling users to select the question section they want displayed.
Below is the form kindly feel free to clone and use the form