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.

In this article:

  • Connect projects together through the Welcome page
  • Continue to a new project with a Button Element
  • Pass Data from one project to another
  • Using the embed instead of the URL

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

https://app.involve.me/your-organization/quiz_b

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

OPTION 1. Connect projects together through the Welcome page

Move seamlessly from one project to another by adding the link to Quiz_B on the page properties of Quiz_A (Welcome or 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.

https://app.involve.me/your-organization/project?email={{email}}&q1={{f18d8ug}}

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.

https://yourwebsite.com/page1

You can also transfer the data using the same syntax:

https://yourwebsite.com/page2?email={{email}}&q1={{f18d8ug}}

However, there is a limitation where only one embed can exist per web page. For a seamless user experience, direct the participant to a different page on your website where the 2nd embed is located. The second page could be an exact copy of the first page.

If you have any questions please contact support.

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