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Automatically create a follow-up survey based on previous survey results? 3 years 10 months ago #78316

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I need to be able to dynamically create (and launch) new surveys based on the results from previous surveys. For instance, if the mean on a specific question (item A1) was lower than 2.0 (on a 5 point likert) then the system would launch additional questions (items A2, A3 and A4) to zoom in on the problem.
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Automatically create a follow-up survey based on previous survey results? 3 years 10 months ago #78320

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I need to be able to dynamically create (and launch) new surveys based on the results from previous surveys
What do you need ?
a) A new survey B (=new url) depending on the answers given for a previous survey A
b) just 1 survey with additionnal & conditionnal questions hidden or shown depending on the previous answers...
In this case have a look at the online documentation to start using LS 'conditions' (quiet easy) or 'Expression Manager (EM)' if you already are working with LS 1.92

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Automatically create a follow-up survey based on previous survey results? 3 years 10 months ago #78324

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I need to a) Create a new survey (new URL).

Can you automate sending the invitation to the new survey/URL through Expression Manager, based on earlier survey-results? Create an automated system?
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