Using Logic Jumps

Link Specific Answers to Different Pages of Your Project

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With the logic jump feature you can link specific answers of your questions to different pages of your project.

You can create branching projects, surveys and quizzes that take different turns depending on the given answers.

Try this feature and learn to use it interactively:

You can try the functionality in the Editor for free, but when using logic jumps you can publish the project only after signing up for a subscription.

Activate Logic Jumps

This feature works with the "Multiple Choice", "Image Choice" and "Dropdown" content elements.
Just drag one of these elements onto the canvas and select "Logic jump: answers link to specific page" in the Click Behavior dropdown.

Link Answers to Different Pages

Once you have changed to click behavior to "logic jumps" you can then go to the answers section and choose a page this answer should jump to, after being filled in.

The default option is "Next page", but you can make an answer restart the project, go to any other page or directly to the final "Thank You" page / calculated outcome page.

Note that a logic jump that restarts the project deletes all collected answers up to that point.

ℹ️ The "Image" and "Button" content elements can also be set to link to different pages.

If you have a multiple outcome project, then the individual outcome page cannot be selected using a logic jump - instead the outcome that got the most points is shown when the logic jump is set to "Finish".

We recommend naming your pages in the bottom navigation bar to keep a better overview of what page does what. These titles are not shown to your participants.

Use Logic Jumps to Force an Outcome Page

In some instances you might have a project that requires a user to immediately get a specific outcome if they pick a certain answer. With the "Force Outcome" option, you can do just that.

Simply set up the click behavior to "logic jumps" as usual, and then when selecting which page an answer should jump to, you'll be able to pick an outcome page.

Bear in mind that this only works with Answer-based Outcome projects.

Logic Jumps Aren't Working

Make sure that you have only one element that collects data (Single/Multiple Choice, Yes/No, Short/Long Answer, Slider, Rating, Dropdown, etc.), per page.

Whenever you drag a second element that collects data to the page, the logic jump feature becomes disabled in the Click Behavior dropdown and currently selected logic jumps become inactive.

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