What is Skip Logic for?
You may have a scenario when asking questions in your survey that will allow you to either skip or answer certain questions in order to improve the survey performance.
This can be called Skip Logic or alternatively you may know this as conditional logic / questioning or branch logic.
All you need to remember, is that Skip Logic is applied for certain questions that require the respondent to make a choice in their answer.
If your question is to find out the respondents favourite Ice Cream, they need to have a choice! (Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry, Pistachio, Mix)
If the respondent picks “mix”, this gives you the opportunity to ask a follow up question or skip other questions that may have been related to the other flavours.
For this example, If “Mix” was chosen, you can then ask for a detailed description of the “Mix” flavour of choice.
Alternatively, if “Pistachio” was chosen, you can ask a more specific follow up question like “Do you like any other types of Nut other than Pistachio?”
How to set Skip logic with Nest Forms?
First, you Must add one of the components that supports Skip Logic (Single Answer, Multiple Answer or DropDown) - lets call it key question.
Add all the following questions you want to ask in your survey.
Then return to your key question that will invoke your Skip Logic requirement,
Tick the “skip logic” checkbox - this will enable the skip logic function within this question
Then when you mouseover any of the question option, you will see a new icon appear . When you click on the link icon, you can choose which question should then appear when this option is selected. This question will appear only when the previous option (within the key question) is selected.
Skip whole sections
You can also set the skip logic function to multiple sections.
This might be suitable when there are multiple questions asked about one topic and if this topic is not relevant based on the previous answer.
When applying Skip Logic, you can simply select the relevant component or sections that you wish to appear only when the current response is selected.
Have a look at the graphic below to see a demonstration.
And this is the behaviour of skip logic when filling the form on your mobile.