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How to use the force stop block

Use the force stop block if you want to prevent a form from submitting, for example when a certain condition is (not) matched.

When to use

The force stop blocks helps you to keep your results clean. It shows a message in your form without the possibility for your respondent to proceed and submit the form. This can be handy when a respondent for example does not meet the requirements that you have set for your target audience. Then you can show a message explaining the respondent does not belong to your target audience.

🚧 Warning

The force stop block prevents users from being able to complete your form. Therefore make sure you only add force stop blocks on the right places in your form's structure, for example in a branch that gets executed when a respondent does not meet your requirements to fill out the form.

Screenshot of a force stop block in Tripetto
Demonstration of a force stop block.

How to use

The force stop block is available as a question type. Add a new block to your form and then select the question type Force stop. You can add it in any given position and in an unlimited amount inside your forms.

Screenshot of the form builder in Tripetto
Force stop blocks are available from the Question type menu.

You can now customize this block to your needs with the following features:


  • Text
    Use the Text feature for the name/title of this block.
  • Description
    Enable the Description feature to add a description to this block.
  • Image
    Enable the Image feature to add an image to this block.
Screenshot of the form builder in Tripetto
Example of a force stop block, placed inside a branch if the respondent does not belong to your target audience.


  • Status
    By default this block will be executed in your form. Enable the Status feature to disable the execution.

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