Users shouldn’t have to read through and respond to questions that don’t apply to them. Using Google Forms “Go to Section Based on Answer” feature, Forms creators can automatically bring respondents to different areas of a Google Form based on answer choices that are selected. In order to use this feature, your form needs to have more than one “Section”. Sections show up as individual “pages” when answering a Google Form, but should be thought of as groups of related questions.
1 – Create “Sections” in your Google Form
In order to use the “Go to Section Based on Answer” feature in Google Forms, your Form must be divided up into different sections, or pages. Group related questions into their own section makes it possible to set up different destinations based on respondents answer choices.
2 – Set Branching Rules with “Go to Section Based on Answer”
Identify the question that will be used to direct respondents to different parts of your Form. The question must be a multiple choice or drop-down style. Click the selected question to edit it and select the “more options” icon (3 dots on the bottom right corner of the question editor) and choose “Go to Section Based on Answer” to turn this setting on. You can now click the drop down arrow to the left of the answer choice options to set the rules for where users should be directed for each of the answer options.