[Solved] Inputing the title of a question into another question if a specific answer is selected


I have 60 yes/no questions.  I want to have one question at the end that says something to the effect of “you selected ‘NO’ on questions xxxxxx, please explain why you selected ‘No’ “


Is it possible for me to pipe in all the questions titles to the final question where the completer has selected “NO”.

Ideally I would like it to then read “you selected NO on questions 1, 4, 9 and 60, please explain why you selected ‘No’ “


many thanks,

VINCI Facilities asked

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    Hi Vinci,

    If I were in your shoes I would create another question and set the Question Logic to only display if the previous question was answered “No”.

    Here is an example of a question with logic applied to it –

    There might be a better way to do it with Piping but I am not certain.

    Also, inside your question you can use Custom Scripting (sgapiGetTitle) to pull in the question title, so in case you change the question it will update.

    I am not 100% certain about the question piping.

    Jacob Hayslett answered
      • Thanks for your reply. And I understand what you are saying, and this is an acceptable work around, but instead of having 60 extra questions that only show if no is selected on the question, I was hoping to only have 1 question and include the titles of the questions within this. No bother though thanksm



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