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Question tree: 2nd-6th Create question level & conditions

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There are now 5 more question levels - ie questions, answer options and conditions (conditions; ie answers that lead the user to a specific follow-up question) - formed.  

Question level 2: Surface 

Topic

Select the Icon URL and Page Title. 

Second level of questions

Choice

Select the type Cards and set the Question Title.

Second question title and type

Answers

Create the 4 possible answers and name an image URL.

Create and name answer options

Question level 3-5: Coverage 

Next are questions about opacity. Since not everyone has the same previous knowledge, the user is first asked whether he or she is familiar with opacity, so that the following questions can be differentiated according to individual knowledge. Depending on which answer he chooses, he is guided in a different direction along the question tree. If he is familiar with the topic, the specific opacity classes are then queried. If he is not familiar with it, he will first be asked which surface the paint should be applied to, so that the right opacity can be suggested at the end. To map this logic, we will later use the Conditionals.

Question level 3: Coverage 1

Topic 

Select the Icon URL and Page Title. 

Icon URL and Page Name

Choice

Select the Choice-Type Buttons and the Question Title.

Third question title and type

Answers

Set the button answers to YES and NO.

Answer type button

Question level 4: Coverage 2 

Topic

The coverage classes (question level 4) should only be queried if YES was selected in the previous question.

The conditionals are used for this. After the elaboration of the choice and the answers, the conditionals will be explained.

Select the Icon-URL and Page Title.

Icon URL and Page Name 2

Choice

Select the Choice-Type Slider and the Question Title.

Answer type slider

Answers

Set the slider answers as illustrated:

  • Class 1: <95% 
  • Class 2: 95% 
  • Class 3: 98% 
  • Class 4: at least 99.5% 
Slider answers

Conditions: 

The conditionals allow certain PAGES or question levels are only displayed if a specific answer or specific answers have been previously selected in the question levels. These are therefore answers whose selection by the user Condition to display a follow-up question. When we talk about conditionals in Getting Started, we always mean the conditions that can be configured in the digitizer, i.e. conditions.

In this example, the concrete opacity classes should only be queried if before the question Do you know about opacity? the answer YES was selected. Click ACCEPT click save the conditionals.

Conditionalities,

Question level 5: Coverage 3

The question of whether the background is lighter or darker (question level no. 5) should only be asked if NO was selected for the previous question. So if the user is unfamiliar with the opacity classes, they are asked a simpler follow-up question.

For this branch in the questionnaire, the conditionals are used again as follows:

Conditionalities 2
PageTitle

Next, configure the rest of the page content. Choose Icon URL and Page Title.

Icon URL and Page Name 3

Choice

Select the Choice-Type Cards and the Question Title.

Fourth question title and type

Answers

Name the answer options (Card Title) and include an image (Image URL).

Answer type card

Question level 6: Color

Topic

Select the Icon URL and Page Title. 

Icon URL and Page Name 4

Choice

Select the Choice-Type Cards and the Question Title.

Fifth question title and type

Answers

Create the answer options accordingly.

Answer options hue
Possible answers color shade 2

Save your entries in between by clicking on the save button.

You can view the questionnaire you have created by clicking the button SHOW PREVIEW.

Save and preview

If you now display the preview of the question tree and click through the question levels, you will see that after the last question level no product is recommended to you yet.

In the next step, we recommend checking the order of the question levels again. After that, specify incompatibilities. Incompatibilities make it possible to identify answers or groups of answers that are not compatible with each other. This allows the question tree to be controlled in even more detail than with conditionals. Then import the product information.

Resources: Product import


Correct order of the question levels 

After you have created the levels, the questionnaire should look like the illustration. The order of the questions from top (question level 1) to bottom (question level 2) determines the order in which they are displayed to the user.

You can edit the order using the arrows on the right.

Order of the question levels

Resources: Question tree (further)

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