Possible to make 1 option in multiple numeric question NOT visible?

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2 years 4 months ago #143074 by hanwerts
Hello,

I have a yes/no question and then a multiple numeric question with 7 answer options (see attached). If the answer on question 1 is 'yes', all 7 options need to appear. However, if the answer on q1 is 'no', then the first option does NOT need to appear. Is that possible?

And, Is that also possible with version 2.05+, with a question by question survey?

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2 years 4 months ago #143075 by jelo
Use two different multiple numeric question. If yes, use the multiple numeric question. if no, use a copy of your multiple question without the first answer.

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2 years 4 months ago #143221 by SIMOON
In you question 2, add equation at 1st subquestion : ((V001.NAOK == "1"))
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2 years 4 months ago #143222 by jelo

SIMOON wrote: In you question 2, add equation at 1st subquestion : ((V001.NAOK == "1"))

There is no sub-question relevance available in LS 2.05+. It was introduced in LS 2.06.

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2 years 4 months ago #143224 by SIMOON
My bad then.
Thought 2.05+ was all the versions after 2.05, including 2.54.x

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2 years 4 months ago #143225 by holch
No, 2.05 was substituted by 2.06, which then was substituted by 2.5x.

Anyway, I would recommend an update to at least 2.06. This would also allow the usage of subquestion relevance.

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