The Typeform product team has just made it even easier to set up logic jumps in your form by introducing the new Visual Logic Map. Now, you can see a map of how logic is set throughout your form and make changes to it if you need to.
While this may seem like an easy feature to code right in, it took the product team some heavy lifting to find the perfect way to blend in editing features to the map. Watch the video below to learn more about this new feature and how it was built!
How to use the Visual Logic Map
Thankfully, it’s super easy to access the editor while viewing your map:
1. When you’re in the logic editor, click on any of the questions you want to edit.
2. A panel will appear on the side of the builder and you can edit the logic as you see fit there. See a question that should connect to another one? You can click and drag the + button to connect two questions together.
3. Be sure to click the save button for your changes to go live!
Learn more! Dive even further into logic jumps by checking out our article here.
What do you think of this new feature? Let us know in the comments!