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logic multiple consequences iconAdding multiple consequences to a logic flow

A logic flow can have several consequences. For example, as a consequence of a rule, you may want to “show” some pages, or “hide” some questions, or even “skip to” a certain part of your survey.

How to add multiple consequences

There are two ways to add new consequences. You can click on the add consequence button , placed on the right corner of the consequence header. This will add a new empty logic consequence under the current one.

THEN
skip to
page

As an alternative, you can click or tap on the “DONE” dropdown, and from there, choose the “And also” option. This way as well, you’ll get a new empty consequence at the bottom of the consequence list.

end of logic flow
end of logic flow
AND also




Example of a logic flow with two consequences

Logic Flow #1
IF
survey logic, if answer to the following questionanswer to the following question
*Have you ever owned any pets?
logic rule icon for choice based questionsis any of the following
  • Yes
  • No
THEN
skip to
page
3 pages, including 25 questions will be hidden!
Page #5
AND also
show
question(s)
#37 Are you allergic to any pets?
end of logic flow
As you see in the illustration above, when requirements for the above “rule” or “IF” are met, our system will preform two different consequences.

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