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Google form logic

How did I miss this?

Google expanded their logic branching capabilities in Google forms, making it easier to direct respondents to relevant pages based on their answers to questions!  For example, if a respondent answers "Yes" to Question A, you could ask some follow-up questions before returning them to the rest of the survey or perhaps just direct them to a different set of survey questions. More information can be found in the blog post, "Page Navigation in Google Forms," or in this short YouTube video.

Here's a very short silly example of logic branching in my form, "5 mischievous raccoons"  (which is loosely based on a recent event).

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