The Logic Jumps feature allows you to create a quiz in which you ask questions conditional on users' answers. This allows you to generate a sudden-death quiz, in which only users who answer correctly continue answering the quiz. If the participants fail, they lose and have the possibility to return to the "starting point" to join the quiz again.
2. Step by step.
2.1. Create the campaign.
First, you must create your campaign and configure the basic setting. Is it your first time creating a campaign with Cool Tabs? In the following tutorial, we will show you how to configure the basic sections of a campaign, as well as other recommended settings, to ensure its proper functioning and maximize results.
If you have any questions during the process, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2.2. Set the quiz questions and answers.
To enable the 'Logic Jumps' feature, firstly, you must set your quiz questions and save the campaign.
1) Go to the 'Quiz' section.
2) Check the '
3) Add and personalize the quiz questions and answers.
You do not have to set points for the correct answers, except for the last question you set in the quiz. Here, for the correct answer, you must assign 1 point. It is necessary to assign points so that the participant who passes the quiz is shown a different final screen from the one seen by users who fail. In the next point of the tutorial, we explain how to set up these final screens.
Later, when you activate the paths, you will be able to define the path you want the participant to follow. As this is a sudden-death quiz, when the answer is correct, the participant will automatically go to the next question. If he/she fails, he/she will be redirected to a final 'You failed' screen.
2.3. Set the final screen.
2.3.1. Default final screen.
In the 'Final Screen' section, you must configure the screen that will be shown, by default, to all participants who don't answer correctly.
This screen will also be displayed in case you activate the time limit to answer and the user doesn't resolve it within that time.
If you want to give them a chance to try the quiz again, in the 'Advanced' tab, check the 'Display a button to join the campaign again' option.
2.3.2. Customized screen.
You also have to configure the personalized screen that will be shown to the participants who complete the quiz.
1) Enable the option ''
2) Click on 'Individual final screen management'.
3) Add a new screen.
4) Give it a name to identify it and complete the design with the image, GIF or text you want to show the participant.
5) Establish a minimum score of one. One is the number of points that participants should get, at least, to see this screen.
2.4. Set the branching.
Once you have the quiz ready, go to the 'Logic Jumps' section of your campaign edition, activate it, and click on 'Questions flow management'.
You will see the screen divided in two. On the left, you have the 'Paths edition', in which you will have to configure the crossroads. And, on the right, you will find a diagram that you are creating and that is very useful to visualize the quiz.
This is a sudden-death quiz, so when the answer is correct, participants will automatically move on to the next question. If they fail, they will be redirected to the final 'Failed' screen that you have configured by default.
In the following image, you can see an example. To the question of what is the capital of Brazil, if the participant answers correctly, choosing Brasília, she/he will pass to the next question of what is the capital of Bulgaria. If he/she answers wrongly in São Paulo, he/she will be shown the final failure screen.
3. Other specifications.
The 'Logic Jumps' feature is only available in the Diamond plan and has an additional cost.
If you want to activate it, contact us at email@example.com to get a quote.
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