In my survey, I’m presenting the same question in two different ways: the highlight text tool and then a “cut and paste or type the words and phrases you like/didn’t like in the boxes below” option. (I worry that the highlighter is not a good experience on tablet or mobile.) If they say they successfully used the highlighter tool (and provided an answer), they skip the second option. These answers are critical, but I can’t make the questions mandatory in case there is difficulty using the tool.
To solve for this, I created a page above these options that is just text to serve as an error message. If someone makes it through both options without answering one or the other, they hit skip logic afterward that redirects them back up to the “error” page and they go through both options (if needed) again.
The success and redirect logic both work, though this seems like the complicated part. What I can’t seem to do is skip the error page when the respondent comes to it the first time. I tried skip logic just above it that used “is answered” to a question visible (and required) to everyone earlier in the survey. I also tried a checkbox question with “is one of the following” and all the options checked. Either way, the error pages displays. Can you not skip a text-only page? I just can’t figure this out. Help please?
I am not sure I completely understand where you are putting your skip logic.
Have you tried using the “Skip/Disqualify Logic” link between the pages and then setting the condition as “Always TRUE” (found in the System Data section of the picklist)?