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Adding section breaks

Updated over a week ago

Long Qnaires can be overwhelming for patients to complete. The default layout of Qnaires is one question per page, i.e. the patient must click Next Page to continue to the next question.

All questions can appear on one page or you can group specific questions in your Qnaires to appear on one page using section breaks. For example, if you ask questions about the patients’ demographics, you can group them on one page before the patient moves to the next section.

You group questions by adding section breaks before or after a certain number of questions. You can add a description (section header), image or video to accompany one question, a group of questions, or all questions. See Adding section headers in Qnaires.

⚠️ Important: Section breaks cannot appear next to each-other, or at the start or end of a Qnaire. Therefore grouping your questions is the final step before publishing your Qnaire.


1. To enable the section break functionality, from the Questions tab within a Qnaire, in the bottom left corner, beside Section Break, select On.

See Creating Qnaires on how to navigate to the Questions tab.

The option of adding section breaks appears after every question on the right side of the Questions page.

📌 Note: When section breaks are enabled, all questions are automatically added to one page.

2. To add a section break after a certain group of questions, click +Section Break.

Section Break and Remove appears between the two questions or group of questions.

3. To delete a section break, click Remove and confirm your action by clicking Okay.

Updated November 17, 2022

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