Skip to logic
How does “skip to” work, when used as a consequence
You can use the “skip to” consequence, if you want to quickly hide multiple items from the survey or form. For example, you can ask a question right at the beginning of the survey which can identify relevant respondents. If a respondent is disqualified for answering the questions, you can simply use “skip to”, and redirect them to a Thank You Page.
You can ask our system to skip to a question, page, or section break, as a consequence.
How it works
The “skip to” consequence basically works like an automated “hide” consequence, explained earlier in this guide. When the “skip to” logic is triggered, the survey automatically jumps forward from a point to another point of your questionnaire, by simply hiding every question, section break or page on the way.
For instance, let’s imagine you have a survey with 5 pages. On last question of page #1, you set up a logic flow which may skip to page 5, based on respondents’ input. So if a respondent triggers this logic flow, s/he will never see page 2, 3 and 4, including any questions in them. Instead, after pressing the next page button (>) they will be redirected to the beginning of page #5 of your questionnaire.
What can you skip to
You can ask set the logic flow to skip to any point in a questionnaire; for example questions, section breaks, or pages. Keep in mind that when you skip an item, our system hides everything on the way, up to that item. In other words, the items that you have chosen to skip to is displayed, but everything before will be hidden.
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