Branching logic allows you to show different questions to users based on their previous responses.
Here's a short video on how to use branching logic:
- Go to Scoring & branching logic icon on the left and click on QUESTIONS.
![branching logic for questions](http://cdn.riddle.com/Help-center/Content-creation/branching-logic-for-questions-screen.webp
- Go to the relevant content block and then select a Branching type.
![four branching types](http://cdn.riddle.com/Help-center/Content-creation/branching-type-options-screen.webp
There are four options to choose from:
There is no branching logic. This is the default setting.
If user answers A, show question B.
Multiple-choice blocks do not support branching logic by answers.
If user gets > X points in block A, show question B. If < Y points, show question C.
Question-level e.g. User gets X points if the question is correct.
Answer-level e.g. User gets different points for each answer.
You can use a slider and create branches around different scores, each showing a different block.
If user has > X cumulative points, show question B. If Y < cumulative points, show question B.
You can use this for the quiz, poll / survey, and personality test formats.
- Go to the Scoring & branching logic icon on the left and click on RESULTS.
- To automatically adjust ranges, click and drag the circles on the slider to adjust the scores to set up which score leads to which result page.
Click on the plus icon to zoom in on the slider.
- To manually assign results for a specific branch you can click on the edit icon for the Score range you want to change and click and drag the circles on the slider to adjust the scores.
- Drag and drop blocks to the new location.
- To move an entire branch of blocks, press Shift while dragging.
- Hold the Control or Command key while dragging the block.
The original block will remain and a copy will be inserted in the new location.
- To copy the block and all following blocks, press Shift and Control / Command.
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