You can create follow-up questions in Qnaires in response to a patient's answer. For example, you can ask a patient a Yes/No question, and if they answer Yes, another question is asked related to the answer.

Steps

1. From the Questions page within a new or existing Qnaire, select the question and choice to which you want to add a follow-up question. For example, question: do you smoke? Options: Yes or No.

See Creating Qnaires for information on how to navigate to the Questions page.

2. Hover your mouse over the choice option and select the type of question you want to create as the follow-up question.

A Followup Question appears under the main question, separated by a dotted line.

3. Configure the question accordingly. See Adding questions to Qnaires.

The main question choice option has an arrow with the follow-up question beside it.

4. To delete the follow-up question, click X at the top-right corner of the question.

📌 Note: You can create another follow-up question within a follow-up question.

Updated September 16, 2022

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