[Solved] Having 3 different Surveys in 1 Survey?




i was starting to create a survey with my requirements but i am really confused if its even possible. So maybe someone here could help me.


i want to have a survey which includes 3 different and independent surveys. That means, someone who likes to take part in my survey just gets shown 1st of the 3 surveys. The next person would see the 2nd survey. The person after that would see the 3rd one. The fourth person would participate again in survey 1 and so on.

Is something like that possible?  If a randomized assignment of the surveys to the persons is possible, that would be even better.

Maybe i can even tell the survey every 3 surveys need 50 participations. That mean, if survey 1 is already full, only one of the other 2 surveys will be displayed to the new survey takers.

in general i want to cluster the subscriber randomly in groups and every group gets his own question.

i hope its clear what i want and it is possible to make.

cheers :)

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    Thank you Jon for flagging this post. I have reached out with some additional information.

    David – SurveyExplorer

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      • Thank you David. I replied to your mail. Hope that was the right way.thanks

      • Hi there, are you able to post the resolution to this question? I am in the same situation! Thanks :)

      • @sbooth: Thank you for your comment!

        We are happy to discuss your options further! As there is not necessarily a streamlined solution here, our suggestion will very much depend on your specific use-case.

        If you can email SurveyGizmo Support and provide details regarding what you are hoping to accomplish, we are happy to discuss!


        David Domagalski
        Survey Explorer & Documentation Specialist
        SurveyGizmo | http://surveygizmo.com



      This is easily accomplished using the percentage branch functionality (http://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/branching-a-b-split-testing).  Here you could set up your three different surveys and have them randomly selected.

      I also believe that you can use the segment quota functionality (http://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/survey-quotas) but I would test this by initially setting my segmented quotas to a very small number to see what happens when Group A goes over quota and what happens to the percentage branch functionality.

      I hope this helps.


      Jon E (Moderator) answered

        Good Morning Jon,


        thank you very much for your reply. Your Link was helpful. I used the percantage branch function.

        For testing i made 2 branches. Both with 50%.

        Now it would be nice if i could add segmented quotas to the branches. Like Branch A gets 50 Awnsers and Branch B as well.


        Is there any possibility to do that? I found nothing about that in your link from segmented quotas.




        leventguercan answered

          Using the segment quota functionality it should be easy.  Set up your segmented quota using the link I gave you earlier and use a question that is unique in each of the percentage branch or you could set a hidden value based on the percentage branch. Then you will set your segment quota at your desired level and have a over quota message that will be flagged if it is over quota.

          Jon E (Moderator) answered

            Hi Jon,
            i really dont want to annoy you but its still not clear for me how this is feasible.

            My Branches have the exact Questions. The only different is a picture at the beginning of the branches. So no unique Question avalaible.
            I tried to set a segment quota. As limit i wrote for example 2.

            But my problem are the limit rules: I dont know what kind of rule here is the right one just to set the limitation of the 2 branches. I also watched the video about the segment quota, but it still do not help.

            No matter which rule i try to set, the quota result are still wrong. I said limit is 2, and the result is 7.

            so there is something i do wrong in my limit sets.



            leventguercan answered

              No problems.  First you should set up a question on each of the pages with the image.  It can be a one answer question being Group 1 for one of the questions and Group 2 for the other question and for each of the two questions set them to automatically be answered with a default answer under the Layout tab down in the Default Answer section..  Set the option under the logic tab to hide this question by default so they will not be displayed to the respondent.

              Then you can use these hidden questions to set your segment quotas.

              I hope this helps.

              Jon E (Moderator) answered


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