Using checklist inputs as display conditions for subsequent questions

We are asking retailers what is in the anti-diarrhoea kit they are selling.
The answers are in a checklist:

  • ORS
  • Zinc
  • Soap

For each of the components they mention we want to then go on to ask them
what purpose the component performs.

So if they check ORS and Zinc then we want to go on and ask the purpose of
ORS and Zinc.

We have the logic working OK if they just mention one component but can’t
get it working if they mention more than one or all three.

Help!

Simon

Hey Simon,

Check out this page on checkbox questions - you have to use the selected
function.

https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Logic+for+Checkbox+Questions

Thanks,
Sheel

··· On Sun, Oct 9, 2016 at 3:18 PM, Simon Berry wrote:

We are asking retailers what is in the anti-diarrhoea kit they are
selling. The answers are in a checklist:

  • ORS
  • Zinc
  • Soap

For each of the components they mention we want to then go on to ask them
what purpose the component performs.

So if they check ORS and Zinc then we want to go on and ask the purpose of
ORS and Zinc.

We have the logic working OK if they just mention one component but can’t
get it working if they mention more than one or all three.

Help!

Simon

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