When creating a form from scratch, you can add logic to the form blocks for Question and Result. You can perform logic and jump from one form block to another, bypassing certain questions and ultimately leading to a specific form result.
The types of questions are:
- Numbers (numbers and decimals)
- Questions (multiple choice, multiple selection and yes/no)
You can perform the following logic operations on question blocks:
- For text, you can compare words
- For numbers, you can use mathematical operators such as less than, greater than, equal to, greater than but not equal to, and lesser than but not equal to
- For questions, you can perform logic based on the selected answer
To create logic for question or result block:
- Create a Form and add a question
- [Optional] Add an image
- Select the question type from the following list: text, number, decimal, multiple-choice, multiple selections or yes/no
- For text, number, and decimal the logic allows the student to skip questions if a condition is met.
- For Results block, you can set logic to represent Low Risk, Medium Risk, High Risk, Positive, and Negative.
You might want to view the logic flow of the forms you create. A best practice is to create a form, save as draft, review it, and then publish it. Once a form is published you can no longer see the questions and logic. To see the logic of published forms, you would need to complete the form itself and see all the paths.