How to use Routing on Answer Alternatives
Routing is useful for creating follow-up questions based on specific answers in your quest or specific qualities given in respondent data (see the last section). This enables users to pose some questions to relevant groups of respondents only.
You may also create Routing on answer alternatives. An example might be that you want to let respondents decide on whether to join three different training offerings:
On the next page you want to present respondents with relevant follow-up questions only, that is the questions corresponding to Yes-answers from the previous page and question.
After inserting a new page break and creating the follow-up matrix question), click the gear wheel symbol:
From the Condition Builder you can activate the routing for the three separate sub-questions:
And so, by selecting only two of the offered courses:
… only the corresponding, relevant follow-up questions are presented:
Note: It is also possible to create Routing on Respondent data. See the article “How to use Respondent data” to learn more about this.