“On Entry” skip logic lets you determine who
will see this question, based on their previous answers on a Survey. To program this type of skip logic to a question, click on the “Skip Logic” button provided
for it. First, ensure that you are within the “On
Entry” skip logic option. Step 1 is where you specify from which question you want to qualify your respondents. In our example, let’s say we just want those who
answered “Learn about pricing” for the Purpose of Visit question. We would then select the Purpose of Visit question, and then select “Learn about pricing” in Step 2, and click the down arrow to confirm our choice. For Step 3, select which question these respondents should see next, which would be the first question that is listed in the drop-down menu. Then, for those who did not answer “Learn about pricing”, you can choose which question in your survey within Step 4. You can then review the skip logic that you
programmed, and then click “Add Condition” if it meets your needs. If you want to create “On Entry” skip logic based on more than 1 condition, simply repeat steps 1 and 2, and then click the “AND” or “OR” options provided to the right of the first condition you programmed. If you would like to apply this skip logic to your survey, click the “Apply” button provided. For any question for which skip logic has been programmed, you will see its “Skip Logic” button appear in green.
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