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Only one question on screen (hide following questions)

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This article shows you how to hide following questions with two examples. You can apply the same idea to any question type, except Statements.

Text questions

For text questions (short or long text), create a Logic Jump as displayed in the following screenshot:

[Build] Only one question on screen (hide questions)

Remember to edit the “in ALL other cases Jump to” variable to jump to the default end, so the following questions are hidden by default. The jump will force the user to type in something to be able to jump to the next question.

Multiple choice questions

For Multiple choice questions, create a Logic Jump that includes all possible responses, connected with logic operators “is not” and “OR”. The following screenshot shows an example:

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As in the text question case, remember to edit the “in ALL other cases Jump to” variable to jump to the default end, so the following questions are hidden by default. This workaround will not work without disabling the option “multiple selection” in that question. If you want to use the “Other” option, add it as another variable to the logic structure of possible answers, as depicted in the screenshot.

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