When a participant reaches the last page of a project, the submission is completed and you cannot collect more data. However, it is possible to link two projects together as a way to present a form to a participant after an outcome is reached, or send data to an integration such as Hubspot or Mailchimp if a participant does not reach the end of the funnel.

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To Connect two projects together, use the URL of Quiz_B in your Quiz_A project


You can either use a direct connection or use this URL on a button element.

OPTION 1. Connect projects together through the Thank you page

Move seamlessly from one project to another by adding the redirect link to Quiz_B on the page properties of Quiz_A (Thank you page):

OPTION 2. Continue to a new project with a Button Element

Opening your new project in a different tab.

Transfer the data between projects

Any data collected in Quiz_A can be passed to Quiz_B using a variable.

To see what variables are available, open a Button element in Quiz_A and click on "+Add answer & data" (More on this in the Answer Piping article)

Step 1: Add the variables on the URL to Quiz_B. Use a "?" sign after the URL and separate the variables with a "&" sign.


Step 2: On Quiz_B, select "Hidden Fields" (Check the article on Hidden Fields for more details) and add as many fields as needed. All the variables sent from Quiz_A must be declared.

Data from Quiz_A are now available in Quiz_B using Answer Piping.

TIP: If you bypass the Outcome page of the first Project, you can create a result page on the new project along with a form. That will look like you are inserting a form on the outcome page (or thank you page):

Using the embed instead of the URL

Use the link to the page where the embed is located.


You can also transfer the data using the same syntax:


If you have any questions please contact support.

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