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Jacob Selin

Im not an expert but for me it sounds like you should use an Likert scale. 
However, that is just for surveys so perhaps thats not a working solution for you.

An other way around could be the following.

Create five variables named question 1 - 5
If user click yes or no on question one set  variable 1 = true. 
Do the same with the four other variables.

On the submitbutton you put a trigger with "send" If 
variable 1 , and 2 ...... are all set to true.  

Belen Ferrer

Hey Andrew,

A while back I created a Freeform Pick Many slide that had a 5 Yes/No questions, and I wanted the on-screen SUBMIT button to only become enabled once a selection had been made in each question.

I set up a Counter variable that was activated by the Down state on the checkboxes (so it would only Add 1 on the very first click on each question, instead of any time the user changes his/her mind). Once the Counter reached 5, the SUBMIT button was enabled.

It's kind of hard for me to describe, so I'm attaching the file instead. This is a similar approach, but uses 1 variable and a bunch of triggers. Not sure if it's more efficient or less efficient than the other approach.

This is what the Triggers look like, btw:

Andrew Kavanagh

Belen Ferrer said:

Hey Andrew,

A while back I created a Freeform Pick Many slide that had a 5 Yes/No questions, and I wanted the on-screen SUBMIT button to only become enabled once a selection had been made in each question.

I set up a Counter variable that was activated by the Down state on the checkboxes (so it would only Add 1 on the very first click on each question, instead of any time the user changes his/her mind). Once the Counter reached 5, the SUBMIT button was enabled.

It's kind of hard for me to describe, so I'm attaching the file instead. This is a similar approach, but uses 1 variable and a bunch of triggers. Not sure if it's more efficient or less efficient than the other approach.

This is what the Triggers look like, btw:


Hi Belen,

This looks like EXACTLY what I'm looking for! Thanks so much

I'll let you know how I get on...

Andrew.