When you need to add logic to an evaluation form to control which questions are answered based on an evaluators initial response to a different question, you can use skip logic.
Leo allows you to create skip logic to branch from one question to a different question further down your form (1), or to skip from one page to a different page in your form (2).
Skip to a Question (1)
When editing a response item on an evaluation form, you can choose to skip to a question if that response is selected.
You can only skip to questions further down the form. You cannot skip to prior questions on the form.
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Skip to a Page (2)
You can indicate which page should come next in sequence. For example, if you skipped to a question on page 3 based on a page 1 response. You can indicate that the evaluator will skip from page 3 to page 5 because the questions on page 4 are not relevant to the evaluator based on their initial response.
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Example of a Form with Skip Logic
This is what the form looks like in the evaluation editor:
This is what the form looks like for an evaluator: