Using logic in your forms

With Reform's simple logic feature, you can skip pages based on answers given to previous questions.

While simple on the surface, you can build quite advanced form flows just by using "Skip page" logic rules.

Let's look at an example question with 3 options:

Let's say we want to show a page to everyone who answered "Burrito" or "Fried eggs", but not "Cereal". Add a new Page and click the little gear icon (⚙️) to the right of the page:

Then click "Skip page" to toggle the logic menu:

This rule says that when someone answers "Cereal" to the question "What did you have for breakfast?", skip this page. If we want to show a different page to the cereal people, we can add another page and add the opposite rule (ie. skip the page if the answer is NOT cereal).

If you need any help with this or anything else in Reform, don't hesitate to reach out with your questions.

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