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Using sections when creating a survey 2 years 5 months ago #25598

I am a little confused about adding sections to surveys.

When I create one it lets me select the survey that I want to add sections to. It then prompts me to select the questions I want to add to the section but lists all the questions in all the surveys i.e. the survey filter is not working.

Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug? The help file does not include information on sections.
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Using sections when creating a survey 2 years 5 months ago #25605

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Hello Andrew.

We are rethinking the whole functionality of Survey Force Deluxe component. The new versions will not include sections as this feature is not flexible enough to make a survey look exactly the way you want.

We recommend to use Boilerplate question type as a sections name and divide sets of questions with the help of Page Breaks.

Best regards,
Tanya,
JoomPlace team.
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Using sections when creating a survey 2 years 5 months ago #25607

Thanks for letting me know. This is what I do at the moment.
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