Any way to jump to the end of the form

Hi

The relevance is a nice feature and I had the same problem a few weeks ago
and implemented it as a solution - one of our forms is asking households a
number of questions but the biggest set of questions is about hunting - so
to introduce the section I put the question "does your household hunt"
yes-no and then for all remaining question groups I use the relevancy code

selected(${does-hh-hunt}, 'yes')

which only showed the subsequent questions in the survey if they answered
yes. If they answered no then the survey effectively jumps to the last few
general questions.

I found it a very nice feature - especially as we were also asking about if
they hunted 5 years ago and I could do the same with that question and hide
all the questions related to hunting 5 years ago if they said no.

You do have to plan our your questions in a flow diagram first as it then
help both the build and the checking of it to see if all works correctly.

Jon

··· On Wednesday, 17 October 2012 19:57:42 UTC+1, (unknown) wrote: > > Hello, > > I am doing an survey generator application and one of the requirements is > automatically jump to the end of de survey if a specific question is reach. > I know the relevant attribute but i think that could be quite complex > putting relevant in a lot of question just to jump to de end of the survey. > Is there any other option for doing that? >

agreed with Jon with regard to planning - a schema before the initial
program is developed help you work wonders...I know not everyone likes to
work on little pieces of papers etc....but it helps....

··· On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 3:13 AM, Jon Parsons wrote:

Hi

The relevance is a nice feature and I had the same problem a few weeks ago
and implemented it as a solution - one of our forms is asking households a
number of questions but the biggest set of questions is about hunting - so
to introduce the section I put the question "does your household hunt"
yes-no and then for all remaining question groups I use the relevancy code

selected(${does-hh-hunt}, 'yes')

which only showed the subsequent questions in the survey if they answered
yes. If they answered no then the survey effectively jumps to the last few
general questions.

I found it a very nice feature - especially as we were also asking about
if they hunted 5 years ago and I could do the same with that question and
hide all the questions related to hunting 5 years ago if they said no.

You do have to plan our your questions in a flow diagram first as it then
help both the build and the checking of it to see if all works correctly.

Jon

On Wednesday, 17 October 2012 19:57:42 UTC+1, (unknown) wrote:

Hello,

I am doing an survey generator application and one of the requirements is
automatically jump to the end of de survey if a specific question is reach.
I know the relevant attribute but i think that could be quite complex
putting relevant in a lot of question just to jump to de end of the survey.
Is there any other option for doing that?

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