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How to use the yes/no block

Learn everything you need to know to use the yes/no block in your forms.


When to use

Use the yes/no block to let your respondents answer with a yes or a no.

Screenshot of a yes/no block in Tripetto
Demonstration of a yes/no block.

How to use

Add a new block to your form and then select the question type Yes/No. You can now customize this block to your needs with the following features:

General

  • 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.
  • Help text
    Enable the Help text feature to add a help text to this block.

Settings

  • Labels
    By default the answer will be shown and stored as Yes or No. Enable the Labels feature to overwrite these labels in your dataset with your own values.

Options

  • Required
    By default this block is not required to fill out by your respondents. Enable the Required feature to make this block required to fill out.
  • Visibility
    By default this block is visible in your form. Enable the Visibility feature to hide it for your respondents.
  • Score
    You can attach scores to the yes and no options to perform instant calculations. Enable the Score feature to enter the desired score values.
  • Alias
    By default the name/title of this block will be used in your dataset. Enable the Alias feature to use a different name in your dataset.
  • Exportability
    By default the collected data of this block will be exported to your results. Enable the Exportability feature to not include this data in your dataset.
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Advanced settings of the yes/no block.

Logic

Logic is important to make your forms smart and conversational. The yes/no block can work with the following branch conditions to help you with that:

Block conditions

  • Yes selected;
  • No selected.

Evaluate conditions

  • Value matches your filter;
  • Value does not match your filter;
  • Value contains your filter;
  • Value does not contain your filter;
  • Value starts with your filter;
  • Value ends with your filter;
  • Value is empty;
  • Value is not empty.

Score conditions

  • Score is equal to your filter;
  • Score is not equal to your filter;
  • Score is lower thanyour filter;
  • Score is higher than your filter;
  • Score is between your filters;
  • Score is not between your filters;
  • Score is calculated;
  • Score is not calculated.

Filters

When we mention your filter above, there are some different filters that you can use to make the right comparison:

  • Text - Compare with a fixed text that you enter;
  • Value - Compare with another block value entered in the form by a respondent (more info).

Calculations

You can use the calculator block to perform calculations with given answers. The yes/no block supports the following calculation operations:

  • Score - Calculate a score based on the entered score list for yes and no.

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