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Using Logic for "Other" response

  • 21 September 2023
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Hi, I'm creating a question asking the respondents how they feel; it's a multiple-choice question. If they choose one of the positive answers, they get a certain statement; if they choose a more negative response, they get a different statement. The logic for these is set up and working well. However, they can answer the question with the "other" option and type their own response. For the logic, I want to direct anything that is typed to be directed to a statement that is general and supportive. However, when I go to do this, the program asks me for "is equal to". How do I fill this out so that anything the respondent types in other goes to my chosen response? I hope I have communicated this correctly. I really appreciate any help you can provide.

 

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Best answer by Liz 21 September 2023, 20:53

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Hi @Mindyourwardrobe Happy little Friday! I hope you’re having a great week so far. Our article here can walk you through setting up logic jumps for the ‘other’ field. 😀

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