Setup survey flow controls
Survey flow controls can be added to surveys to set custom screen-out criteria, survey completes, response quality controls, and quotas.
There are three types of controls:
- Screen out: Respondents are tagged as screened out and will not be included in analysis.
- Complete survey: Respondents will be tagged as having completed the survey.
- Flag as low quality: Respondents will be flagged as low quality and will not be included in analysis.
Unlike simple screen outs for multiple choice questions, survey flow controls can be used with advanced logic. For example:
- Selecting one of multiple options
- Answering a specific combination of choices
- Numeric responses (e.g. targeting a specific age-group)
- Qualifying based on answers to multiple questions
These are easy to set up on Conjoint.ly:
Setting up controls
Follow these steps to setup survey flow controls for your survey.
1. Add the desired flow control screen
Click onand add the survey flow control.
Optionally, add a custom redirect URL. Respondents who qualify will be automatically redirected to the URL. If left blank, they will not be redirected and will exit the survey.
2. Set conditional logic
Click on thebutton. Then, click on to bring up the conditions pop-up window.
Click on the “Condition based on answers to previous question” to add that condition. You can now select the question and logic using the drop-down menus.
Multiple conditions can be combined by adding a second condition using the same steps as above, and setting the combination rules by clicking onor
You can then click onto exit the logic set up screen.
3. Set a quota (optional)
Enter the number of respondents you want in the Quota field. Qualifying respondents after the first N qualifying respondents will be directed to the flow control screen.
For example, a “Screen out” control is added for Female respondents with a quota of 50. The first 50 respondents who answered that they are female will be allowed to continue the survey. After that, female respondents will be screened out of the survey.