I am designing a collect mobile survey and wanted a little help.

Basically, I want a set of different questions to pop up on answering one. for, ex

IS there any conflict/dispute related with this land? Yes/No. If yes then classify:

  1. Dispute of ownership with the forest department: Attach details and images of documents if any
  2. Dispute with other villagers
  3. Other

I have tried the multilevel code attribute but it isn't helping.

asked 05 Jan '17, 14:06

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The easiest achieve this functionality is to use a Boolean attribute (“Is There a conflict…?”) and then have a code attribute ( “Type of dispute”) that is made relevant only according to the response to the Boolean attribute.

So if the Boolean attribute is called conflict_present and the code attribute is called type_of_conflict then you need to set the relevance of the type_of_conflict according to conflict_present, meaning that the type of conflict will only be shown when the conflict_present Boolean value is true (when the user clicks on yes)

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answered 07 Jan '17, 10:21

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