Our thank-you page has a bunch of hidden sections and some logic that shows only one, based on the referrer, so that visitors who took the survey from page X see the thank-you appropriate to page X visitors. What’s the best way to show every possible thank-you page to my UX designer so he can vet the design against our style guide. I obviously don’t want to make him reload and retake the survey a dozen times if I can avoid that. Thanks!!
There are two choices, depending on your account type.
The first choice would be to print a Survey Legend (https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/survey-legend). This document is specifically designed to help developers and analysts understand the underlying mechancis of a survey.
If this option is not available in your account, then downloading the survey as an MS Word document might do the job (https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/print-a-paper-survey). This option allows you to print out the survey questions, as well as the logic and actions within each page.