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Survey design - prototype

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Jun 17, 2020

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Hi all,

Please forgive my ignorance here.  Despite my looking for an answer, I am coming up empty handed.  

I am trying to prototype a survey for mobile and then web.  Each page of the survey will be the same with the same response types.  Only the question will change.  I am hoping to pull data for each quesion in from a CSV using the Google Sheets plugin.

I do not wish to repeat each page of the survey in the artboard and link them all together as there are over 50 questions I would like to model.  Is there a way to use one page and change the data to the next question once the user has selected their response?   

Thanking you in advance.

HM

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Ideally you would create a XD prototype with few interactions and use that to get sign-off. Creating a fully functional dynamic form is not what XD is designed for.

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Survey design - prototype

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Hi all,

Please forgive my ignorance here.  Despite my looking for an answer, I am coming up empty handed.  

I am trying to prototype a survey for mobile and then web.  Each page of the survey will be the same with the same response types.  Only the question will change.  I am hoping to pull data for each quesion in from a CSV using the Google Sheets plugin.

I do not wish to repeat each page of the survey in the artboard and link them all together as there are over 50 questions I would like to model.  Is there a way to use one page and change the data to the next question once the user has selected their response?   

Thanking you in advance.

HM

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Correct answer by kennethkawamoto2 | Adobe Community Professional

Ideally you would create a XD prototype with few interactions and use that to get sign-off. Creating a fully functional dynamic form is not what XD is designed for.

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