I have a check box question with 16 options (Q1). I have a follow up radio button grid question, Q2 (a 1-5 rating scale), that pipes in rows from the selections in Q1.
However, if someone checks a lot of the options in Q1, Q2 becomes burdensome. Is there a way to randomly select and pipe, say, 6 of the selections from Q1 if the total number of selections is >6?
SurveyGizmo does not have a built in feature to do exactly what you are looking for (it would require scripting customizations). One option would be to not force respondents to answer all rows of the follow up grid (if there are more than 6 rows).
You can apply a ‘minimum row required’ setting for the grid:
This way, if the respondents feel burdened, they will not have to answer every row.
Hope this helps!