Give that link a click then select the source question from the first dropdown menu (the question where the email is collected).
The validation script uses the form’s onsubmit event to trigger the validations.Let's also assume that you wanted to ask only respondents who have Gmail accounts a follow-up question.Survey Gizmo offers two operators: matches regex pattern and does not match pattern for setting up a logic condition like this.This is particularly useful if you are using complex validation patterns.A good place for this is the additional instructions section of your question title.These input types are simple, one or two-word commands that function in similar ways to Reg Ex but allow for more flexibility.
In the example below, you can see the input type URL inside this Textbox question, validating the response to ensure a URL is entered. Google Chrome is the most compatible with HTML5, but Firefox is a close second.
As you initially create a Textbox question, you are given the option to choose from Number, Email, Percent and Date (either MM/DD/YYYY or DD/MM/YYYY) as the type of validation.
These choices will automatically apply answer formatting that can be adjusted from the Validation tab.
Finally, input the following Reg Ex code into the third text field to complete the logic: [^ ]*@gmail\.com$This will show our follow-up question only if the email collected ends in "@gmail.com".
The HTML5 formatting type allows you to use HTML5 input types to validate Textbox questions.
A Regular Expression pattern or Reg Ex pattern is a sequence of characters that is used to validate specific string formats in user input.