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If I have embedded_var_a and embedded_var_b, is there a way to display a question only if embedded_var_a == embedded_var_b?
Or along the same lines, can I display a question only if the respondent's answers to question_a and question_b were the same?
I figured it out – it's possible to pass piped text into the display logic.
hey @epeterson - What is the type of question that you are using for the 2 questions whose answers you want to compare? Are they a limited set of options that you are looking to compare Qa's answers with Qb's answers?
Unfortunately it's pretty complicated – both questions randomly display 2 companies that the respondent is familiar with. Here's a simple example:
1. Which of the following companies have you heard of?
2. Which of the following companies do you prefer?
3. Which of the following companies do you use the most?
Then we want to display the next question only if their answer to #2 was the same as their answer to #3.
Does that make sense? I realize this is probably unnecessarily complicated, so we will push back on the client if there's no clean way to do this.
@epeterson - This should be possible by using:
@Igee Yep, we have the random carry forward sorted out – but we're struggling with the display logic for the final question.
You said "Use Display logic to compare Question 2's answer with Question 3's answer" – that's exactly what I want to do, but don't see a way to do such a comparison. The 2 options are randomly chosen from a large list. Is there a way to literally specify "If response_2 == response_3?" Or would we need to hard code all the possible options?