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A loop allows for the iteration of a question based on the answers of previous questions. This can also be done with the use of conditions; however, this can be considerably more complicated and time-consuming.
An example: you are interested in which type of fruit the respondent has already eaten (e.g. Q1) and how much the respondent likes this fruit (e.g. Q2). If the respondent chooses multiple options in Q1, you must inquire about each individual type of fruit in Q2. When you are creating Q1 and Q2 in the 'EDIT' – 'Questionnaire' tab, use the following procedure:
You can consult the data piping manual for text in Q2, which will help you link the two questions (e.g. 'How much do you like #Q1#?'). The respondent is displayed “How much do you like Kiwi?” if they chose this option.