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With simple branching you cannot set up logic based on responses to multiple questions. Also with Simple Branching the logic is executed immediately.
Compound Branching: With help of Compound Logic you can set up branching based on responses to multiple questions in the Survey.
Delayed Branching: With Delayed Branching you can set up Branching Logic based on a Question which was asked much earlier in the Survey.Compound Branching and Delayed Branching can be used in combination in a Survey.
Q1: Gender Q2: Age Q3: General question to be answered by everybody Q4: General question to be answered by everybody Q5: General question to be answered by everybody
Now after Q5 respondents should branch to different questions based on their selection in Q1 AND Q2Q6: To be answered only by respondents who selected Gender=Male and Age=18 & above Q7: To be answered only by respondents who selected Gender=Male and Age=18 & above
Now all respondents should again answer rest of the questions.Q8: General question for all respondents Q9: General questions for all respondents.
Step I: Since the logic should be executed after Q5, click on the Add/Update Logic link for Q5.
Step II: Select the Compound/Delayed Branching option.
Step III: On the Compound/Delayed Branching screen click on the Add New Criteria link. (You can also select from a Pre-Defined Criteria if you have already set up criteria)
Step 1 - Enter in a name for the criteria. Choose from the Segment Type.
Step 2 - Add/Edit Criteria: Add the required criteria and click on the Finish button to save.
Step 3 - New Data Segment will get created. Click on the Continue link.
Step IV: Now the Criteria will be selected under Logic Criteria. Select the destination questions for if the logic matches or otherwise. Click on the Add/Update Logic button.
Logic will be set up and you can review it and close the logic window.