You can set up conditional branching on your multi-page form to use rules to determine what happens when the user clicks the Next button to move through the pages of your form.
Conditional logic is a powerful feature proven to increase response rates by only showing relevant pages. For example, you can set up a rule that skips the page of Auto Insurance Questions if the user indicates that they are not interested in applying for auto insurance.
Choose Type of Branching
In the Page Settings & Branching Actions property panel, notice the Branching Action property. Click to choose Conditional from the dropdown list.
|Next Page||Select this branching action to simply move to the next page when the Next button is clicked by the user.|
|Conditional||Select this branching action, then click the button that displays to define Branching Conditions.|
|Submit Form||The form will be submitted when the Next button is clicked.|
|Go to page XYZ||Select this option, then choose the target page in the Branch To Page property.|
Define Branching Conditions
You create new conditions by clicking on Add New Condition in the toolbar. In the dialog box that appears-enter may name and configure the what conditions must hold before the user can continue onto the next page.
|Edit the Condition Name, and then select Match Action. The default match action is Go to next Page, but you can also choose to Submit the Form, or go to a particular page.
If you want to branch to a specific page, choose Go to Page, and then select a page from the Page drop-down list. Then you must specify a Rule. Learn more in Creating and Managing Rules.