What Is Logic?
Logic is used to make the survey more effective as it narrows down questions for your respondents based on your requirements. Logic allows you to hide certain questions for a specific set of audience based on the conditions you set up. For example,
Display and Jump
Logic can be used to create simple to complex conditions. For example, you have created a survey to understand what your customers think about your product. Certain questions are applicable to only female customers. By applying display logic in those questions you make the survey more responsive. Thus only female customers can answer those specific questions.
On the other hand, if you have a set of questions that are valid for LinkedIn users and a set of questions that are valid only for Instagram users, you can apply jump logic to skip over the irrelevant questions based on the user's choice.
How to use Logic
Let us assume that you are a company that wants to know the opinions of your employees about the security inside and outside the office through a survey.
Display the question if (gender is female and age is greater than 40) and profile is either (sales or marketer).
In case you have multiple questions you want to hide One jump logic can be used to replace several display logics. Thus, jump logic works as an advanced display logic in most cases.
Add Logic to those questions where you want to check your conditions and proceed.
- Click on the Logic icon next to the question where you want to add the logic
- Select Display/Jump Logic according to your needs
- Add your condition(s) and/or logic groups
- Save & Exit
- View your logic on your build, so that your teammates can review the logic added
Jump logic is useful when you want to hide multiple questions. Jump logic saves time and effort over applying Display logic on individual questions.
Note: Delete/Edit your logic by clicking on the three-dot icon next to the logic visible on your build.