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In this tutorial we'll show you how to make logic based lead forms with Typeform. This is perfect if you want to qualify leads and ask different questions according to previous answers.

Please note, logic jumps in Typeform is a paid feature so you will need a pro account to enable your form.

First let's add some basic questions such as What is your first name, email address etc. Add a new question by pressing 'Add new question' or by pressing enter.

Make sure you select the correct question type in the settings menu of each individaul question.

Also to work with routing options make sure you add a multiple choice question.

Finally add a payment screen from the question menu followed by a thank you screen.

Now let's set up some routing.

Navigate to one of your previously created multiple choice questions and select the 'Logic Jump' option from the Question menu bar.

Select Add Logic Jump. In the 'When someone answers question' field, select an Answer from the field below then below, select the question you want that answer to route to.

For example, If <Question 5> is <Answer 1>, Then jump to <Question 7>.

Next select where you want the other answers to go from the 'In ALL other cases jump to' field below.

Do this for each answer and option you want to have routing for.

To check your routes use the Logic Map on the right hand screen. If you have more than one route you should see a tree map starting to form.

Press the eye icon in the top right to test.

That's it, you're done.

I hope you enjoy this tutorial preview, if you have any questions please reach out on Twitter @tomosman or @makerpad.

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In this tutorial we'll show you how to make logic based lead forms with Typeform. This is perfect if you want to qualify leads and ask different questions according to previous answers.

Please note, logic jumps in Typeform is a paid feature so you will need a pro account to enable your form.

First let's add some basic questions such as What is your first name, email address etc. Add a new question by pressing 'Add new question' or by pressing enter.

Make sure you select the correct question type in the settings menu of each individaul question.

Also to work with routing options make sure you add a multiple choice question.

Finally add a payment screen from the question menu followed by a thank you screen.

Now let's set up some routing.

Navigate to one of your previously created multiple choice questions and select the 'Logic Jump' option from the Question menu bar.

Select Add Logic Jump. In the 'When someone answers question' field, select an Answer from the field below then below, select the question you want that answer to route to.

For example, If <Question 5> is <Answer 1>, Then jump to <Question 7>.

Next select where you want the other answers to go from the 'In ALL other cases jump to' field below.

Do this for each answer and option you want to have routing for.

To check your routes use the Logic Map on the right hand screen. If you have more than one route you should see a tree map starting to form.

Press the eye icon in the top right to test.

That's it, you're done.

I hope you enjoy this tutorial preview, if you have any questions please reach out on Twitter @tomosman or @makerpad.

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Lifetime pricing
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In this tutorial we'll show you how to make logic based lead forms with Typeform. This is perfect if you want to qualify leads and ask different questions according to previous answers.

Please note, logic jumps in Typeform is a paid feature so you will need a pro account to enable your form.

First let's add some basic questions such as What is your first name, email address etc. Add a new question by pressing 'Add new question' or by pressing enter.

Make sure you select the correct question type in the settings menu of each individaul question.

Also to work with routing options make sure you add a multiple choice question.

Finally add a payment screen from the question menu followed by a thank you screen.

Now let's set up some routing.

Navigate to one of your previously created multiple choice questions and select the 'Logic Jump' option from the Question menu bar.

Select Add Logic Jump. In the 'When someone answers question' field, select an Answer from the field below then below, select the question you want that answer to route to.

For example, If <Question 5> is <Answer 1>, Then jump to <Question 7>.

Next select where you want the other answers to go from the 'In ALL other cases jump to' field below.

Do this for each answer and option you want to have routing for.

To check your routes use the Logic Map on the right hand screen. If you have more than one route you should see a tree map starting to form.

Press the eye icon in the top right to test.

That's it, you're done.

I hope you enjoy this tutorial preview, if you have any questions please reach out on Twitter @tomosman or @makerpad.

In this tutorial we'll show you how to make logic based lead forms with Typeform. This is perfect if you want to qualify leads and ask different questions according to previous answers.

Please note, logic jumps in Typeform is a paid feature so you will need a pro account to enable your form.

First let's add some basic questions such as What is your first name, email address etc. Add a new question by pressing 'Add new question' or by pressing enter.

Make sure you select the correct question type in the settings menu of each individaul question.

Also to work with routing options make sure you add a multiple choice question.

Finally add a payment screen from the question menu followed by a thank you screen.

Now let's set up some routing.

Navigate to one of your previously created multiple choice questions and select the 'Logic Jump' option from the Question menu bar.

Select Add Logic Jump. In the 'When someone answers question' field, select an Answer from the field below then below, select the question you want that answer to route to.

For example, If <Question 5> is <Answer 1>, Then jump to <Question 7>.

Next select where you want the other answers to go from the 'In ALL other cases jump to' field below.

Do this for each answer and option you want to have routing for.

To check your routes use the Logic Map on the right hand screen. If you have more than one route you should see a tree map starting to form.

Press the eye icon in the top right to test.

That's it, you're done.

I hope you enjoy this tutorial preview, if you have any questions please reach out on Twitter @tomosman or @makerpad.

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In this tutorial we'll show you how to make logic based lead forms with Typeform. This is perfect if you want to qualify leads and ask different questions according to previous answers.

Please note, logic jumps in Typeform is a paid feature so you will need a pro account to enable your form.

First let's add some basic questions such as What is your first name, email address etc. Add a new question by pressing 'Add new question' or by pressing enter.

Make sure you select the correct question type in the settings menu of each individaul question.

Also to work with routing options make sure you add a multiple choice question.

Finally add a payment screen from the question menu followed by a thank you screen.

Now let's set up some routing.

Navigate to one of your previously created multiple choice questions and select the 'Logic Jump' option from the Question menu bar.

Select Add Logic Jump. In the 'When someone answers question' field, select an Answer from the field below then below, select the question you want that answer to route to.

For example, If <Question 5> is <Answer 1>, Then jump to <Question 7>.

Next select where you want the other answers to go from the 'In ALL other cases jump to' field below.

Do this for each answer and option you want to have routing for.

To check your routes use the Logic Map on the right hand screen. If you have more than one route you should see a tree map starting to form.

Press the eye icon in the top right to test.

That's it, you're done.

I hope you enjoy this tutorial preview, if you have any questions please reach out on Twitter @tomosman or @makerpad.

In this tutorial we'll show you how to make logic based lead forms with Typeform. This is perfect if you want to qualify leads and ask different questions according to previous answers.

Please note, logic jumps in Typeform is a paid feature so you will need a pro account to enable your form.

First let's add some basic questions such as What is your first name, email address etc. Add a new question by pressing 'Add new question' or by pressing enter.

Make sure you select the correct question type in the settings menu of each individaul question.

Also to work with routing options make sure you add a multiple choice question.

Finally add a payment screen from the question menu followed by a thank you screen.

Now let's set up some routing.

Navigate to one of your previously created multiple choice questions and select the 'Logic Jump' option from the Question menu bar.

Select Add Logic Jump. In the 'When someone answers question' field, select an Answer from the field below then below, select the question you want that answer to route to.

For example, If <Question 5> is <Answer 1>, Then jump to <Question 7>.

Next select where you want the other answers to go from the 'In ALL other cases jump to' field below.

Do this for each answer and option you want to have routing for.

To check your routes use the Logic Map on the right hand screen. If you have more than one route you should see a tree map starting to form.

Press the eye icon in the top right to test.

That's it, you're done.

I hope you enjoy this tutorial preview, if you have any questions please reach out on Twitter @tomosman or @makerpad.

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