blog posts Using Conditional Logic in a Form or Survey May 20, 2019 2:15 pmForms & Surveys Images Use conditional logic to display different fields depending on a user's response to a specific question. This is also known as a "jump to" question, and it allows you to send users to different pages in your form depending on their answer to a question. Using a "Jump to" Question You’ll see that "Jump to" becomes an option in a radio question when: You have multiple pages in your form or survey (you need at least two page breaks). You are editing a radio question that comes immediately before a page break. Once you have your questions and page breaks in place, edit your radio question. (Remember, it must immediately precede a page break.) You'll then see the option to "jump" to a page based on a specific response. Example: You have a simple form asking people's ice cream and frozen yogurt flavor preferences. Since the flavor options are different, you must display different lists depending on whether a user chooses "ice cream" or "frozen yogurt" in Question 1. First, add your questions and page breaks: Delete Edit embedded media in the Files Tab and re-insert as needed. align image leftalign image centeralign image right Next, edit Question 1. In the answers table, set up the jumps such that if a person chooses "Frozen yogurt," they are taken to Page 3, which displays those flavors. Save and test the form. Delete Edit embedded media in the Files Tab and re-insert as needed. align image leftalign image centeralign image right And that's conditional logic. You can view this example form online.