Hide all the questions in a survey

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12-06-2023 10:47 AM
Bryan_Wade
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My agency uses a survey in SUrvey123 to look at the mobilization levels during a event for our District offices. This is done using a select one questions which has 7 choices. One of those choices is Demobilized. I the district selects demobilized I don't want any of the other questions following this to appear,

I use expressions in the relevant column to do this for single answers in other parts of the Survey. Is it possible to do the same with the mobilization question I have? There would be 6 choices that all the questions would need to appear for and 1 choice where the rest of the questions in the survey would be be required. 

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Bryan_Wade
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Thank you for your help. It gave me an idea and I ended up going a different route using the existing groups.

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ezirhli
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Hi @Bryan_Wade

Could you send the survey123 excel sample you prepared?

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Bryan_Wade
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Here is a screen shot of part of the Excel sheet with some of the other relevant expressions I use. I circled the row where the Mobilization Plan questions is

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ezirhli
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I am answering your workflow as I understand it.

If you type ${district} != “Demobilized” for the relevant section of the Mobilitization plan question group, the questions in that group will not be opened.

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Bryan_Wade
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Sord of. What I am trying to do is when ${district}='demobilized' no other questions after that appear. They wouldn't need to answer any other questions if they choose demobilized

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ezirhli
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Then create a new group and add the questions into it, starting from the weather group or mobilitization plan to the last question - including the weathered group or mobilitization plan. Also associate new group questions with ${district} != “demobilized” relevant

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Bryan_Wade
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Thank you for your help. It gave me an idea and I ended up going a different route using the existing groups.

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