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Implementation of "Screen outs" 3 years 9 months ago #78903

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I will see if I find time to have a look at this next week. This week is just crazy here.

Maybe I can add a paragraph about "screenouts"/"zero quota".
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Implementation of "Screen outs" 3 years 9 months ago #78912

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holch wrote:
Maybe I can add a paragraph about "screenouts"/"zero quota".
Yep,

Good idea :)
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Implementation of "Screen outs" 1 year 9 months ago #107847

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Hi,

I notice that the initial problem of this topic had been solved a couple years back by assigning zero Quota. However I still have a question regarding screening out and would really appreciate any input.

Using zero Quota for screening out is a wonderful solution and works perfectly. However there are circumstances where Quota becomes not feasible, such as where the question types are not supported by Quota.

In my case, I have an array question (attached picture.png) where the allowed answers to go to the next questions are (Q_Question2.NAOK == "A" || Q_Question2.NAOK == "B" || Q_Question2.NAOK == "C"), otherwise the user will be screened out. This condition is not supported by Quota, therefore my only solution would be through Relevance.

This method works fine and screens out respondents as it should. However my question is that although the respondent get screened out, LS recognizes the response as COMPLETED whereas it should have been INCOMPLETE as the respondent get screened out. Is there any alternative where we can still use Relevance but yet the screened out respondent is marked INCOMPLETE as it should?

This question was already asked earlier by Holch but remains unanswered.
Of course I could apply a condition to every single question following, but as the screen outs usually happen within the first few questions this would mean to copy this condition to all questions that follow. Additionally, this would mean that the person actually is registered as a finished interview, which shouldn't be.
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