I got the following problem:
I've created a ranking question, possible answers: A,B,C,D,E
I want people to rank 1-2 (1 = most important) which leaves 3 possible answers out.
(answers do not randomize but are fixed)
In the upcoming survey (after the ranking question) I have the following questions:
What I'd like to do is:
People who rank A=1 and B=2 should answer Question SAND and Question Water (Basically A leads to Sand, B leads to Water, C leads to Air, D leads to Fire and E doesn't lead to anything) Which means: if I rank A and C, I would have to answer the question about SAND and about AIR, but not the question about WATER and FIRE.
I've already figured out how to do the first step - Let's go with the example: I rank A on 1 and B on 2, which means I'd have to answer the question about sand and the question about water.
I've put in the skip logic "Skip from: Ranking", "Skip to: SAND", "Skip if the following logic evaluates to true: Ranking_1=1" which lets me skip to the SAND questions in case i rank A with 1.
If I do exactly the same for B and Water, it only runs the first skip logic in the order (not the one for B if A is first) and continues with the "normal" survey by ignoring the second ranking skip logic.
How can I arrange that both skip logics (for A and B) are achieved one after another?
Thank you very much in advance for your help. I hope my examples made it a at least a bit less confusing.