Visibility conditions appear below the “question type” box and are used to show / hide the question. You can either choose the suggested visibility condition which is created based on the conditionality found in your template, or create a custom visibility type.
Choosing which Party answers the question
You will see there is a tick box that allows you to change which party has to answer the question. You can either select all questions by selecting the tick box at the top and then pressing "change party" and selecting which party should answer, or selecting the individual questions.
change party icon:
You can add explanatory text throughout the questionnaire to aid users. You can add this by hovering over a question and selecting the symbol blue plus sign below or above the question. You have the option to assign it a visibility condition (so it only displays in certain scenarios) and can allocate a Party to it. You can use markdown to format the text.
Questions can be made mandatory by clicking the “Required” box below the question type box.
Insert default values in any input text fields within the questionnaire. A default value will be dropped into the document if a user leaves the relevant text field blank when answering the questionnaire
Formatting the questions
You can use markdown to format the question text.
Integrate attributes into the questionnaire
Insert # to add in attributes in a document’s title or in the questionnaire as shown in image below. Use the default value tool to ensure that a document’s title or question always appears complete.
Reordering the questionnaire
Questions can be easily reordered by pressing the Compress toggle button and dragging each question using the left-hand bar next to each attribute in the questionnaire.
To re-arrange a group of questions in the questionnaire select the tick boxes of the required questions and then you can drag and drop them as necessary.