Survey logic with question skips is a premium feature which is heavily used especially for screening questions (filtration) at the beginning of a survey.

Example #1

You have a survey measuring satisfaction with cosmetics for women only. To collect relevant results it would be wise to filter all male respondents
(we assume that men do not use cosmetics for women).

1. Create a first question asking respondents for their sex.

2. Click on the question and select Logic in the bubble.

3. Popup window appears. This is where you define the rules - logic of skips.

4. Click on the button + Create a rule in the “Man” answer row.


5. Choose “End of the survey” in the select menu.

6. Click the SAVE button at the bottom right.

7. You have created a rule that sends all respondents who selected Man as their sex to the end of your survey

8. Click the same question again and notice the green circle with number 1 by the Logic item. This means that this question has 1 logic rule.

Example #2

You plan to collect personal information of your customers. According to GDPR, you cannot process personal data of respondents who did not give you the permission.

1. Create a first question asking respondents for the permission of personal data processing.

2. Click on the question and select Logic in the bubble.

3. Click the button + Create a rule in the “I do not agree” row.

4. Click the SAVE button.

5. Now you have a rule that will send all respondents who do NOT agree with personal data processing to the end of the survey. So you will have data from the people who gave you the permission only.

Types of rules

  • Skip to question number

  • Skip to page number

  • URL address – you can redirect respondents to any web address (to a website, Facebook fan page, etc.) based on respondents' reply on a question. Let's use the Example #1 with the women cosmetics survey. You can create a rule that when women respondents answer a specific question (they choose one perfume brand), you will redirect them after the survey submission to a special page with huge discounts for that perfume brand on your e-shop.

  • End of a survey – both examples in this article.


  1. Survey logic rules can be created only on Single choice question type.

  2. If you do not create any rule, the survey will naturally continue with the next question.