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4 years 10 months ago #77479 by pksupport
A lecturer has asked for a survey which is actually two separate surveys. Users answer yes or no to question 1 and they are then taken through survey A or Survey B. The surveys are virtually identical. Normally I would create Survey A; export and import as Survey B. The decision as to which survey to do would be offered in an email with two links. This is not evidently ok. I don't want to put a condition on every question and then add all those questions again and change the condition for those - it seems very clumsy to me. So instead if I create a survey just to ask the yes/no question; is there a way to have a new survey load from the response? Should I just create a redirect from a autoload web page at the end of the yes/no survey? I am worried that redirects might fail in some browsers etc. So I need a feature which enables a "portal" question in some way. Hope this clear. Thanks very much. pk

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4 years 10 months ago #77607 by Ben_V

Users answer yes or no to question 1 and they are then taken through survey A or Survey B

You can use custom javascript for this or LS buit-in quotas feature...

Other way:
- turn on the assessment module
- set points for your Q1: eg. answer Yes=1pt and No= 0pt
- in the body message for each assessment possible value, set your redirect (using javascript or meta-refresh)

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