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Can I create rules based on quiz results?

Yes, you can create rules based on quiz results. If it’s a field rule, confirmation rule or form rule, you can change the behavior of the form based on the score of the quiz. Simply create a rule and you’ll find the Quiz score field on the bottom part of the first dropdown list within the rule. The quiz score will change in real-time if the form user selects other options on the quiz before submission.

Note: The only operators that are available for the quiz score are: is, is greater than, is less than.

Here is an example:

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<p>This is a form rule that redirects form users to a web page on submission if they scored over 70 points on the quiz. Here you can add the URL of a downloadable document, such as a certificate.   </p>

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    1. Hello Rob!

      Yes, you can redirect submitter to a certificate on your webpage based on their quiz results. Go to Form Rules and set up the rule ‘If Quiz Score is [add your value] then redirect to [provide website]’. You can also change the operator to ‘is greater than’ or ‘is less than’, depending on your scenario.

      Has this helped? You can always contact our support specialists at support@123formbuilder.com or via Live Chat (9 AM – 5 PM GMT+2).


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