Making a Survey - Searching for the Solution

Robin shared this question 3 years ago
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Hello Everyone,


Is it possible to make some kind of survey? I want to let the user click on the Left (YES) or Right (NO) side of the page. When the user has done this the application goes to the next page. At the end the user sees an overview with all the answers of his choice.


So the user will see an overview with YES, YES, NO, NO, YES etc..


I can't find the solution to make this.


Thanks in advance!

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Hello Robin,


JustInMind does indeed provide this great capability. To determine which side a user has clicked on, you'll first need to place rectangle widgets on the respective left/right sides. We will now be able to set up events depending on which side was chosen by completing the following:


1. Select the widget representing the yes side and add an event of type 'on tap'.


2. Navigate to the variables tab and add a variable with a name corresponding to the


survey question.


3. Chose set value (fixed) and specify 'Yes' as the text value while the newly created


variable is selected.


4. Create an additional event of type link to, specifying the next screen in the


sequence


5. Select the widget representing the no side and add an event of type 'on tap'.


6. Chose set value (fixed) and specify 'No' as the text value while the


variable representing the survey question is selected.


7. Create an additional event of type link to, specifying the next screen in the


sequence


You'll then need to repeat steps 1 through 7 for each additional screen created. Once all the screens are finished, we can create a new screen to display all the values chosen throughout the survey. There are several ways to accomplish this task, one of which can be completed by doing the following:


1. Create labels for each of the answers to the survey questions you would like to


display.


2. For each label create an event of type set value with the condition 'when the


variable value is equal to the set value' (see attached image).


3. Add an additional else action that will specify the set value as the opposing value.


4. Repeat for each label.


Now all you have to do is simulate and enjoy. Hope this helps!


Best,


Luisa


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Thanks for the response Luisa. The tool works fine right now.


Big thumbs up to you for the detailed explanation!


Robin