You can create the route for the respondents by using conditions. You can apply conditions both on the question and on answer. You can set conditions based on a previously asked question, data enrichment, a variable, a group or participation date. We give several examples of a condition below to a previously asked question.
Conditions on the question
Click in the question screen on the right hand side on the behind "Conditions" under the "Options" section. The next screen shows:
Here you can set the conditions based on a previous question, or based on data enrichment, a variable, a group or participation date.
Example of a condition
You can apply logic in the questionnaire in several ways, namely:
- Put conditions on the question or an answer.
- Enter a jump in the answer type. You do this through the answer options behind enter the question number to which the respondent should be referred. Note: This answer option is not available for all questions.
Do you want to view the routing of the respondents? In the menu, go to "Overview questionnaire 'or download the Overview Questionnaire in Word file in the Download Center. Here you will find all conditions and jumps.
Examples of conditions
In all examples we assume the following question:
Which European cities have you been to?
Based on this question you can create the following examples:
- Creating a Single Condition
- Only respondents who visited Amsterdam can continue in the questionnaire
- Combination of conditions based on OR
- Only respondents who visited Amsterdam or Brussels can continue in the questionnaire
- Combination of conditions based on AND
- Only respondents who visited Amsterdam and Brussels can continue in the questionnaire (for multi-response questions)
- Combination of conditions based on OR and AND
- Only respondents who visited Amsterdam or Brussels and not Berlin can continue in the questionnaire (for multi-response questions)