Multiple answers ranked in order of importance

Hello,

Is there any way to have multiple questions ranked in order of importance?
For example, list your main sources of income in order of money earned

Thanks and best regards
Lorenza Rossi

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There is no function for that, but there is a workaround that seems to come
close.

Here: https://formhub.org/prabhasp/forms/rank_example

There a sample file you can download to test, which we did:

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-KXjrOsZLNLc/VLeLGLTvc5I/AAAAAAAAADI/rXoGtAiusX8/s1600/Web%2BSubmission.png

It seems to work fine as long as the user answers the questions in order.
However, the weak validation fails if the user goes back changes a previous
answer. In the example above, the user could go back to the top question
and select "fuchsia" and the form will allow it.

it might be worth testing as pull-down options rather than radio buttons.
We did not test this scenario.

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On Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 11:10:39 AM UTC+3, ROSSI Lorenza wrote:

Hello,

Is there any way to have multiple questions ranked in order of
importance?
For example, list your main sources of income in order of money earned

Thanks and best regards
Lorenza Rossi


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Hi,

Its also possible to only show unselected choices using a choice_filter.
This example form illustrates this
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5_SmpWlQYxvMUVyb2Q2NmdybzQ/edit?pli=1

The example may be more complex than you need in that it first asks for
your top three and then asks you to rank them. You can remove that first
multiple choice question if you want.

Regards

Neil

··· On Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 8:52 PM, Ted Johnson wrote:

There is no function for that, but there is a workaround that seems to
come close.

Here: https://formhub.org/prabhasp/forms/rank_example

There a sample file you can download to test, which we did:

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-KXjrOsZLNLc/VLeLGLTvc5I/AAAAAAAAADI/rXoGtAiusX8/s1600/Web%2BSubmission.png

It seems to work fine as long as the user answers the questions in order.
However, the weak validation fails if the user goes back changes a previous
answer. In the example above, the user could go back to the top question
and select "fuchsia" and the form will allow it.

it might be worth testing as pull-down options rather than radio buttons.
We did not test this scenario.

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www.hni.org | www.DataWinners.com http://www.datawinners.com/

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On Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 11:10:39 AM UTC+3, ROSSI Lorenza wrote:

Hello,

Is there any way to have multiple questions ranked in order of
importance?
For example, list your main sources of income in order of money earned

Thanks and best regards
Lorenza Rossi


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