Rules with higher priority will override conflicting rules with lower priority. aytm Logic (1) is the highest.
- aytm Logic. Rules described throughout the aytm Logic section.
- RABBITS. Navigation, controlled by skips, set up in the editor’s UI (both direct & random modes)
- ORGANIC FLOW. By default - questions are shown sequentially from the first one to the last one.
Using Square Brackets
If you want to use square brackets in your survey in a way that is visible to the respondents, please use double square brackets. If you type: [[optional]] in a field, respondent will see [optional].
aytm Logic is not case sensitive, so [Q1I] would behave the same way as [q1i].
It is possible to have two or more logic commands together, e.g. [show if Q2][hide if Q1A4][Q1i]. The system independently resolves the logic elements, and, if needed, combines them together with a logical AND operator. Let's see how it would work:
- The system would fetch an image from the Q1.
- If respondent saw Q2 and did not select Q1A4, this element will be shown.
- If respondent didn't see Q2 and selected Q1A4, this element will not be shown.
- If respondent saw Q2 and selected Q1A4, the system would resolve these operations to "show" (true) and "hide" (false). Combining those with an logical AND operator, we get "hide" (false), thus the element will be hidden
Brackets can be used to group the logic into logical chunks, connected with "and", "or", and other operators, e.g. [Q1i if (Q1A1 or Q2A1) and not (Q3A1 or Q4A1)] .