I’m programming a competitors survey and I have an issue to create the right display logic.
I want to evaluate our website + the 2 main competitors visited by our clients.
In question A, I ask which are the websites our members usually visit. If the respondents visit more than 3 websites, I ask them in another question (question B) to chose the 3 most visited websites.
In the following questions, I ask our members their image, satisfaction… towards the 3 websites they visit the most. So I need to display the visited websites from question A (x<=3) or if they visited more than 3 websites, the one they chose in question B.
However, I don’t know how to merge these 2 answers (A & B) in order to display the good websites in the following questions.
Thanks a lot for your help!
One solution would be modify question A to ask, “Please select the 3 sites you visit most”, and apply an answer option limit of 3. This would be a checkbox question.
Then, question B would say something like, “Are there any other sites you visit, just less frequently?”. If you wanted to “polish” the experience a bit here, question B could be after a page break, and use negative piping to only show answer options from question A that were not selected. (http://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/video-repeat-answers-not-selected)
This alters your survey flow a bit, but would greatly simplify any later survey features based on the respondent’s top 3. I hope this helps you!
You will have to install a custom script in your survey to get this functionality. An example of the script is available at https://script.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/piping-options-selected-from-2-questions-into-one. The basic setup is that you ask your two questions. Then the first item on the next page is an ACTION > CUSTOM SCRIPT. The custom script will pipe the resposes from the previous questions into the question that you select within the script.