Yes, this is called a conditional response and these can be added by clicking on the Logic tab inside of a project.
Here is an example of how this works using a Radio Button question and a Check Box or multiple choice question. Add these choices to your form by dragging each to the work field, Radio Button first followed by the Check Box. Add your questions and responses > click Save under the blue palette on the left.
Then, click on the Logic tab, here is what you will see next:
Click: "Add a new condition"
You can see that "Your question" (Radio Button) is the question choice leading the process, and there are options available to you here. You can select a variety of responses from the menu under "is", you can select the answer you want to be linked and then you have the choices of actions next to "then".
Typically, its easiest to stay with the choice "is" and then choose the appropriate answer that will then be linked to an action, which will be your next choice. In our example, you want "A mutliple answer question" to be shown so, you would select that option.
Last step is to click "Save Conditions"
Now, when your survey participant selects the proper answer from the first Radio Button question, your Check Box question will appear in the form.
- you can add multiple logic linked questions at one time, avoid going over 25-30 of these types of questions as the system will slow down as it process your requests
- conditional questions can only be made from either a Radio Button or Check Box question.
- you can link any type of question or option to a Radio Button or Check Box question