[Solved] Is it possible to present different question text based on a previous response.

0

Hi,
I would like to be able to change the wording of a question based on ta previous answer to tailor the survey to a respondent without duplicating the questions.

For example I might have a question

Are you a patient or carer?

If patient the question would be : Q1. Do you often feel on edge?

If carer the question would be:    Q1. Does your loved one often feel on edge?

 

Is this possible?

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

Steve 

Dominic Sharpe selected answer

    Best answer

    1

    There is not an option to change the question text entirely based on a previous answer. Typically, this type of situation is handled by having two separate follow-up questions (one for patient, one for carer) and using Question Logic to trigger the appropriate question based on the answer to the first question:

    https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/setup-question-logic

    You could also explore using merge codes, in case it’s something that you can apply to your use case:

    https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/simple-piping

    Hope this helps!

    Dominic Sharpe selected as best answer
      • I did not think it would be possible, I just wanted to check as it would save some work in the later data analysis.

        Thanks for the help!

      0

      In this case if you have more than one follow-up questions, you could make use of page-skip logic. That would allow you to ask a complete question set for patient and a complete question set for the carer.

       

      If the questions are the same, you could even use some custom script or default merge codes to make a third set that is hidden but brings everything together for easier overall analysis.

      SurveyMasterinTraining commented
        • Thanks for the feedback – I did not think it was possible without branching, although I like the idea of potentially merging into a third set to collate the information.
          Thanks!

        ×

        Login

        Question stats

        • Active
        • Views769 times
        • Answers2 answers
        • Followers1 follower