Implement survey logic to a set of questions by grouping them together into question blocks. Logic can then be applied to the block, without having to apply logic to every individual question. 

💪 When to use it:

  • Perhaps you’re looking to garner a certain response and therefore don’t need to collect an answer to every question, and rather, are looking to capture a subset of answers. By adding logic, you can now: 
    • Group blocks together

    • Randomize the block order

    • Randomize the questions themselves

  • When creating a Question Block, you will need to decide the following:
    • Whether you want to randomize the order the questions display in. When toggled on, the questions inside the block will display to respondents in a random order.
    • Whether you want to show all of the questions in the block to every respondent or if, instead, you would like to expose only a certain number of questions from inside of the block. 

🏠 Where it lives

  • Go to the Survey Editor and click on Logic. Navigate to the Blocks tab.

🔨 How it works 

  1. Click on + Add Block and select which questions you’d like to include in your block. 
  2. Next, go about configuring your block on the right side, which includes the option to:
    1. Randomize Question Order
    2. Show: Allows you to choose to display either all of the questions inside of the block or a number of questions from within the block. When you choose to display a certain number of selected questions, the questions displayed will be randomly assigned to each respondent.
If you add more than one question block, you can also decide if you would like to randomize the order the question blocks display in. When toggled on, the order of the entire question block will be randomized.

Pro-tip: The show setting is useful if you are testing different concepts or variations of survey questions and would like each respondent to be exposed only to some of the questions you have included in the block.

Note: Duplicating a survey does not duplicate the blocks with it.