# Quiz help

• Drsf
Asked on February 16, 2013 at 02:35 PM

I'm making a quiz that tells you who, out of a band, you would be. So, there are four people in this band, and four answer choices per question.  Let's say one of the names of the people in the band is Joe (it isn't). Also, let's pretend the other is Roger.  If there were only 2 choices per question, here's what I'd want.

a) Blue

b) Green

Let's also say that Joe's favorite color is blue, and Roger's is green. If you were to pick green, you would get an answer of Roger. You would get Joe if you answered blue.  So, if you answered more than half of the questions with Roger's answers, you'd get Roger as your overall answer. If you answered most questions with Joe's answers, and answer screen would pop up and say you got Joe.

So, referring to that example, is that possible?

• Welvin
Answered on February 17, 2013 at 12:44 AM

Hi,

I think that is possible with Show/Hide Condition using our Conditional Logic Tool: Conditional Logic on Forms.

The condition should then be like this:

If Color is equals to Green, show Roger field

If Color is equals to Blue, show Joe field

And so on and forth, please try that and let us know if you need any further help.

Thanks