I'm making a survey that will have three separate, "select multiple" questions. Question one asks the submitter to select which answers are a high priority, question two asks them to select answers that are a medium priority, and question three is low priority. All three questions will have the same answers available and I'm wondering if, for example, someone selects one of the answers as a high priority that that potential answer can then be removed from the other two questions and so on?
The list of answers is fairly long making it hard to go back and forth to see what you've already prioritized in previous questions so I was hoping to make that a little easier by having answers you've already used disappear.
Thanks for your query. It sounds like cascading selects is what you're after, however this is not currently supported for select_multiple questions (only works with select_one). We have an open enhancement request to extend this functionality to select_multiple questions; I will add your case to it and endeavour to keep this thread updated with any progress.