When you create a Google Forms survey, you can use conditional surveys to send responses to specific pages based on their responses. Use the following branching logic to direct people to questions that relate to their answers.
First, open the Google Forms survey where you want to use branching logic. If you have not prepared a survey ̵
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When you open the survey, you break the questions that use branching logic into different sections. You can create a new section by clicking the icon that looks like two rectangles.
Give each section a title. This makes it much easier to distinguish between the sections and to link the answers together.
To add more questions to your form, click the plus sign (+). If the questions already exist in your survey, drag them directly to the area where you want them to appear.
Note: The branching logic works only for questions that contain multiple-choice or drop-down answers.
Then click on a question to add branching logic. At the bottom right, click More (three points), and then click "Go to section based on answer."
in the list of answers. Click the drop-down menu, and then select the section to connect to someone makes a selection.
If you do not want a respondent to skip a question, you can make the answer compulsory by toggling the "Required" button at the bottom of each item.
From here, go through the sections and set up the logical links for each question that needs them.
When you have reached the end of a logical chain, click on the drop-down menu below in Click the section and then select "Submit Form" from the list of options.
. Whether you have multiple locations for an event and want to know how many people participate in each, or whether you want to create a fun, own adventure story, Google Forms simplifies the use of branching logic.