Product Tips: Did You Know You Can Use ‘%’ in Conditions?
This useful tip went almost viral (around our office at least).
Perhaps you are building a complex survey where Question Condition Definitions are used to present further content. Did you know that you can use the wild card character ‘%’ to represent anything?
For example, let’s say a question requires a respondent to enter a text response to identify their favorite store. If they don’t want to answer, they can leave the text area blank. Later on, you may want to present a question to all respondents that entered something (anything) in the text field for their favorite store. In this case the ‘%’ means anything.
Do you use any other wild card characters in Clicktools?