Survey.. results after data capture

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    Asked on July 19, 2016 at 09:25 AM

    Does anyone have an example of a way to have a conditional survey that compiles the results.. but doesn't show the 'final' result until you hit 'submit' to capture the data? I have a survey I'm building that asks a bunch of questions and spits out an 'answer' at the end, but we'd like to capture that data and who filled it out. Was thinking that all the questions might be able to be on a page (including the name/address), then hitting submit would send the data and take them to a page with the end result (would also double as a 'thanks for filling this out' page. Possible?


    Thanks in advance!


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    Answered on July 19, 2016 at 11:49 AM

    You would need to customize your thank you page in order to show your results, but here is a guide about creating a survey and customize it: How-to-create-a-survey-and-customize-it

    Here are some templates as well that may help you to create  survey:

    To include the results in the thank you page, you may follow these steps. 

    First click on the thank you icon, you will find it on the top toolbar while in the Form Builder: 

    Once there you can add the fields from your form in the thank you page, you can also customize it as you want, the fields that you add will be displayed there with their answers. 

    Hope this helps; however, if you have more questions you can let us know and we will be glad to help you. 

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    Answered on July 19, 2016 at 01:49 PM

    Hmm.. thank you for your response. I looked through all of the templates, but didn't seem to find anything that was what I was trying to accomplish. If you look on my survey:

    And just answer 'yes, yes, summer' to the three conditional comments, you'll see some text and logos appear based on those choices. Are there any ways to get those type of results (the text and logos at the end) brought to a screen (or the thank you) page so it captures/emails the data and shows these results?

    It could be how I built it, but the results are just a 'show/hide' in the conditional comments section, so I don't see with the thank you page how to include that data (everything else is there, just not these simple html blocks I've used to show the results)..


    (this is the data I'm looking to transfer or show/hide on the thank you page)

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    Answered on July 19, 2016 at 03:01 PM

    The Thank you page does not support the conditional data. You could, however, (if you know some scripting language) redirect to some PHP script hosted on your website that could present the thank you page with data based on the field values.

    You could also redirect to different URL based on the selection from the user with conditions

    Let us know if you need more information.