Transition responders to different places depending on their multiple choice selection.
How it works
Formli has a few different transition options (next, go-to, redirect, and submit). With a Multiple Choice or Yes/No Block, you can use conditional transitions to have multiple unique transitions contingent upon responders' selections. This guide will show the setup of a Multiple Choice Block with four transitions.
Step 1 - Create a Multiple Choice Block
+ New Formlibutton on the home page, or
+ Add New Blockon the Formli builder
Multiple Choicein the “Block Type” drop-down
Step 2 - Fill in Block details
- Enter the Multiple Choice options. For this example, the options are explicit about what transition should be applied to each option: 'Next', 'Go To', 'Redirect', and 'Submit'.
OFFfor "Allow more than one selection". Allowing multiple selections will disable the conditional transition.
Step 3 - Save the Block
- While it’s possible to use conditional transitions for just one Block, we’ve added a Yes/No Block so that the "Next" and "Submit" options will have different functionality
Step 4 - Designate the conditional transitions
Nextat the bottom of the Block. You can also do this on the Formli overview page.
Conditionsfrom the drop down menu
- Select the specific transition for each multiple choice option: Next, Redirect, Go To and Submit. By default, conditionals are set to "Next".