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cbc65
cbc65 kansas city, mo, usaCommunity Member Qubie ✭
edited August 2 in Custom Code

I have a task that asks participants a series of binary choices using loop & merge. I would like them to only be allowed to select a response once so if they change their mind it is not possible to select the other response option.

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  • Arch133
    Arch133 Maharashtra, IndiaCommunity Member Qubie ✭

    You can directly press the Next Button (auto proceed the participants) using jQuery, when they select any answer in single select question. Hide the next button initially and when any of the eq has value as "1", press the next button in the backend. They will directly go to the next question.