I have two slider questions in a survey. The first asking the satisfaction from 0-100 of an item. I then display some additional info about the item. After that, we follow up asking how they would rate the satisfaction knowing this information.
Lastly I have a question of why the respondents satisfaction increased/stayed the same/decreased. This could be three potential questions, just utilizing some logic. So if the respondents satisfaction went up after they were displayed the additional information, they would get a question like “Why did your satisfaction level increase?”.
I have limited knowledge of scripting/java etc., so would like to see what possibilities there are in just basic setup. However, I have not had any luck.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I don’t think it can be done without scripting. However, a script to give you the difference would be relatively easy.
Create a Hidden Value Action on the page with your sliders and call it something like Difference
Create a Custom Script action at the top of the page following your sliders and enter the following script:
%%slider1id = 5;
%%slider2id = 6;
%%differenceid = 7;
%%slider1 = sgapiGetValue(%%slider1id);
%%slider2 = sgapiGetValue(%%slider2id);
sgapiSetValue(%%differenceid, %%slider2 – %%slider1);
Change the 5, 6, and 7 in the script to the id numbers of the two sliders and the difference hidden value. This can help you find the id numbers:
Then you can use the value of the difference hidden value in display logic for your later questions