Filter Logic

Published Dec 08, 2021

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Filter Logic is a feature that determines the respondent’s path based on how they answer a question. Also sometimes referred to as “conditional branching,” “branch logic” or “skip logic,” Toluna Start’s Filter Logic allows users to create a custom path through the survey that varies based on a respondent’s answer or combination of answers.

Filter Logic Options in Toluna Start

● CHECKED: If the respondent selects these answers in the survey, then…

● NOT CHECKED: If the respondent does not select these answers, then…

● OR: If any of the answers ticked are/aren’t selected by the respondent, then…

● AND: If any of the answers ticked together are/aren’t selected by the respondent, then…

Filter Logic Rules for the Action to occur:

● CHECKED, AND: All applicable answers must be selected by the respondent

● CHECKED, OR: At least one applicable answer must be selected by the respondent

● NOT CHECKED, AND: All applicable answers must not be selected by the respondent

● NOT CHECKED, OR: At least one applicable answer must not be selected by the respondent

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