Hi friends! I followed the steps in this Help Article for “Example 3: Advanced personality test (Branching and calculations).”
However I think I am missing something. Can you have more than 4 questions with this format?
If it’s possible to have more than 4 questions, do you know how I would set up the logic on the final question of the quiz if there are 10 or more questions? 🙏🏻
I have a hunch it might only be able to go up to 9 based off of how it’s scoring… 🤔
Example from article:
- 4 if answer “A” has been chosen 4 times
- 13, or 103, or 1003 if answer “A” has been chosen 3 times
- 1102, 1012, or 112 if answer “A” has been chosen 2 times and none of the other answers have been chosen twice (this way you’re ruling out situations in which the user has picked “A” twice and “D” twice, where neither “A” nor “D” constitutes the majority of the answers)
Best answer by LizView original
@Kyrie Happy Wednesday! You could definitely have more than four questions, but the math would get a bit complicated. Instead, I’d recommend using the outcome quiz, which will do all this math for you!