Logic Jump is an Essentials and higher plans feature that helps people follow the path most relevant to them while completing a typeform. With the Logic Map feature you can visualize these different paths to keep track of them while designing and editing your typeforms.
Logic Map (beta) lets you see a graph of the Logic Jumps and the overall structure of your typeform. This feature can come in handy when you’re trying to oversee several Logic Jumps in a typeform, or while troubleshooting Logic Jump issues.
Here’s a list of our articles on Logic Jumps:
• Find out what a Logic Jump is
• See how to add branches and forks to your typeforms
• Find out how to only show relevant questions to users
• Learn how to hide following questions
• Learn why order really matters when it comes to Logic Jumps
Note! Logic Map is a beta feature still in development and only works in Google Chrome. It is not yet available on Firefox and Safari.
Here’s how to open the Logic Map of your typeform:
Click the Logic Jump icon on the sidebar, or in one of your questions:
The Logic Map is displayed on the right side of your screen, and you can toggle between different views here by clicking Editor or Live Preview:
You can click the icons to zoom in, zoom out, or to center your Logic Map:
Click a question in the Logic Map to see the details of its Logic Jumps (if any) on the left.