- ClaireAsked on January 20, 2014 at 07:05 AM
I need to create a questionnaire on my website in order to offer people the best product to their needs, according to what they choose. The questionnaire consists of approximately 5 questions. Each question has several answers that can be multiply ticked (not just one), this way giving the customer the possibility to define their wishes more precisely. Once all the 5 questions have been answered, the customer can submit the form and the best product fulfilling their needs will pop out automatically.
Is there any way I can do this with your program?
I have found forms to collect data, and so on... but I need to create a sort of "invisible diagram" that puts all responses together, selects the right product to propose (which will have been previously set with specific criteria) by affecting the result according to the multiple inputs it receives, and pops out with a product... Hope I have made myself clear, sigh!
I would certainly appreciate any help you may give me.
- JotForm Supportashwin_dAnswered on January 20, 2014 at 07:36 AM
Unfortunately, we do not have such features. The form can only be used to collect data. Once the form is submitted, we do not have the feature to analyze it once the form is submitted.
If you have all the permutation and combination possibility of your questionnaire answers, you can use our conditional logic feature to display the products based on the selection made by user. If you can explain your conditions to us we will try to help you build conditions to achieve your requirement or at least inform you if it is possible to achieve. Check these guides on conditional logic:
We will wait for your response.
- JamiroclaireAnswered on January 20, 2014 at 12:39 PM
Thanks very much, Ashwin_d!
I've been working on it for a bit... it' a little complex but it seems to be working out fine.