Using Outgrow's Logic Jump feature you can now make the user's go down a particular path when they meet specific criteria. Using this document you can learn more about how Outgrow's Logic Jump feature can be used as a part of your Outgrow content.
Say you want to create a cancer risk calculator and your questions depend on whether or not someone smokes or not. If they smoke, you'd want to ask them a different set of questions like "How many packs do you smoke?". If they don't, then you might want to ask a different question like "When did you quit?".
You can achieve this with Logic Jump quite easily.
1. Login to your Outgrow dashboard and open the content that you want to edit in build mode.
2. Set up the questions and answers in your Outgrow content.
3. For the specific question where you want to set up Logic Jump, click on the carat icon (3 horizontal dots).
4. Click on Logic Jump option and then click on Add Condition.
5. For setting up Logic Jump, you can use the following parameters
A. Answer provided for a question by the user.
B. The result achieved by the user.
C. Logic Jump can be set up on the basis of the value of a specific UTM Parameters.
D. Logic Jump can also be set up for User's Web Browser type.
E. Logic Jump can also be set up for User's Device Type as well.
The logic jump in single select questions is pretty straightforward, but you can set up jump in multi-select question, you would need to apply multiple conditions.
1. Go to your multi-select question and then click on the Logic jump as explained previously in the document above.
2. Add conditions by clicking on the plus sign inside the main box. This way you will be adding more conditions to the same logic
3. Use the AND operator from the drop-down to if you want to jump only when a certain set of options are picked in the multi-select question.
OR operator can be used in place of AND when either of the defined options is picked and you want to jump to a certain question.
Make sure, the options you pick are correct and the conditions are logical, otherwise, it can create a loop and logic jump will not work correctly.
4. After you have set all the conditions in the multi-select question, pick the default question, it should jump to when none of the conditions you defined are met and click on DONE.
Great! Your logic jump is now set for the multi-select question.
There will be cases where you might want to show different Lead Gen forms to different users depending on the value that they choose in a particular question. This can be easily done now using Logic Jump functionality. Mention below are the steps that you need to follow:
1. Configure the initial Lead Gen form that you have added from the Lead Gen settings tab.
2. Then click on Add and choose to Add a Lead Gen form.
3. Customize the newly added a Lead Gen form.
4. Once Lead Gen form is set up, set up the logic jump on the question whose value will decide which lead gen form will the user see.
5. After setting Logic Jump on the question, it's time to set up the Logic Jump on Lead Gen forms. This will ensure that the users will not see both the lead forms.
For each design layout available in Outgrow, the Logic Jump feature works in a different way, and here is some more information about it:
A. Chicago, Stockholm, Venice layouts - These 3 layouts show one question on each page, so you can set up Logic Jump on question level.
B. Madrid, Greek, Tokyo layouts - Both of these layouts are section based layouts, but the sections are on separate pages. In these 3 layouts, you can set up Logic Jump functionality on the section level and not the question level.
C. Londoner, Seattle layouts - These layouts display all the questions and results on 1 single page, so the functionality of setting up Logic Jump is not available.
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Updated about a year ago