Make a question dependent on the answer of the previous question

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Conditional questions allow you to specify what follow-up question will be presented to a respondent, based on the answer to the preceding question. For example, if you ask "Do you prefer coffee or tea," a logical follow-up question can be determined depending on whether the respondent selects coffee or tea as their answer. The demo data company used to create this procedure is USMF.

Find the existing questionnaire

  1. Go to Questionnaire > Design > Questionnaires.
  2. In the list, select the WorkFH questionnaire.

Add all questions and sub-questions to the Questionnaire

  1. Click Questions.
  2. Click New.
  3. In the Question field, select question number 00016.
  4. In the list, find and select the desired record.
  5. In the list, click the link in the selected row.
  6. Click Save.
  7. Close the page.

Set the Questionnaire Sequence to Conditional and make the question dependent on the appropriate question

  1. Click Edit.
  2. Expand the Setup section.
  3. In the Question order field, select 'Conditional'.
  4. Click Conditional question.
  5. In the tree, select 'Questions\Explain why you answered the previous question the way you did?'.
  6. In the Primary question field, select question 00009
  7. In the list, click the link in the selected row.
  8. In the Answer field, enter the answer sequence ID of the answer option you want to make the question dependent on. For example, enter 1 for the first answer option.
  9. Click Save.
  10. In the tree, select 'Questions\I am paid fairly for the work I do.'.
    • Note that the question tree updated to show the dependency.