- sierrasdsvpAsked on April 10, 2015 at 07:55 PM
I would like to get feedback on a number of events all at once. I would like the first question to ask "What did you participate in?" and then provide a number of options for them to check. They could check 1, 2, 3, none etc. Each of these activities would have a related page with questions about that activity. I want them to ONLY go to those pages for those activities that they participated in.
For instance, I could check Activity 1 and Activity 2 (out of 5, for instance). If I did that, I would like to set skip logic to go to pages for Activity 1 and then Activity 2. This is easy if the Activity 1 and Activity 2 pages are in a row. I don't know what to do if they did not go to Activity 3. After finishing the questions on the page for Activity 2, how will I make it automatically skip to the end? Likewise, if they attended Activity 1 and Activity 3, how to skip Activity 2 but not 1 or 3?
I am very interested in your support!
- JotForm SupportBJoannaAnswered on April 11, 2015 at 03:43 AM
I tested your form and conditional logic you are trying to achieve. I've also tried with different condition logic to achieve what you want, but couldn't. The page skip option is intended to skip to a particular page when some logic is true is on the current page only. Since we are having multiple skip options on the same page, it is skipping to the last option/page.
Considering that your form is not too long possible workaround would be to have all questions on a single page and add conditional logic to hide/show fields.
More about how to hide/show multiple fields at once you can find in this article:
Hope this will help. Let us know if you need further assistance.