Best Practice for Including Branching Questions
SummaryThis post shares some tips on how to set up questions with branching questions properly.
Question branching is a tool you can use to expand your qualification possibilities when soliciting information from responders. Branching lets you selectively pose additional questions depending on a supplier's answer to a prior question. For example, your initial question could ask a supplier to identify any industry trade organizations to which the supplier belongs. Then depending on which organization the supplier chooses, you might follow up with additional questions.
You create the branching questions first. Then you can create your primary question. As you are creating your primary question and its acceptable responses, you can include the branching question you defined previously as follow up questions.