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How to use Logic Jumps in Projects?
How to use Logic Jumps in Projects?
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Written by Peter
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Youengage logic jumps lets you create different paths through any form of Projects ( survey, quiz, poll, calculator ) If you'd like to show a set of questions to some (but not all) of your project takers, you can use project branching logic to segment your respondents. Sending the right folks to your follow-up questions, and everyone else to a different set of questions or to your Thank You page.

Keep in mind that Logic Jumps in Calculator, Outcome, or Score Quiz will work only to jump to different questions and not to a dedicated result or outcome screen, because on those types what end screen is presented to the user depend either on outcome or score.

If you want to create a Project that there will be Logic Jumps to different end screens please use either Form or Survey Type.

Adding Logic to a Project

To add Logic to your project you can either, select any question and click "Switch to Logic" on top of the question list or a dedicated icon located on each question.

Apply a rule before displaying a question

To apply a rule before displaying this question click +New Rule at the top of the page:

Then you’ll set the conditions for the first rule:

Next, set the remaining options and choose the question your respondent should be sent to instead of the current question:

If the conditions you chose are met, the question this Logic has been applied to won’t be shown to the respondent. They’ll instead be rerouted to the question you specified in the rule.

Apply a rule after displaying a question

You can set up logic to run after a question is answered, using the steps above, just select the option "Run these rules after this question is answered" shown below.

Follow the same steps as above for setting the conditions that apply to this question or any earlier question.

If none of your conditions are met your respondents will be sent to the question specified in the Otherwise... box. The next question is chosen by default, but you can choose any question after that one, too.

Removing Logic

If you'd like to remove logic simply use "x" button that you can find in right upper corner of each stage of logic setup.

Adding more than one condition

Add multiple conditions to a single rule. Click the + button on the right of the first condition to add a new one, additionally choose the type of condition ( and/or ) from the drop-down menu to choose whether the rule must match all of the conditions or match any of the conditions. Click the "x" button on the right upper corner of each card to delete a condition.

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