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How to randomly allocate certain respondents, based on previous answers, to different branches?
I'm fairly new to using Qualtrics and have come up against a problem in building my survey that I can't seem to find a solution to online.
I have 2 'filter' questions for respondents, asking their familiarity with 2 different innovations.
If a respondent is familiar with innovation X, they are then branched to the question block about innovation X.
If a respondent is familiar with innovation Y, they are then branched to the question block about innovation Y.
If they are familiar with neither, they are skipped past this section.
The problem I am having is when a respondent is familiar with BOTH X and Y. In this case, I want them to be randomly allocated to one of the two innovation - specific question blocks.
I have played around with randomizers, but can't seem to get it to work with the branching logic I already have.
I'd be very grateful for any insights you have!