Questions, and to be more precise the answers to questions, help show and hide parts of text.

When the answer is selected, it shows the part of the text connected to this answer.

To use questions, create them in the logic tree.

When the answer is selected, the relevant part of the text will show up. When the answer is not selected, it will not be shown in the text.

Here's how you can do it:

  • Create a question in the scheme.

  • Select the text that you want to appear or disappear.

  • Via the menu or via the pink button, double click on the answer in the logic tree.

To check if it works the way you expected, switch between the answers to see how the connected text appears or disappears.

Double click on the selected text, double click in the logic tree to link it with the selected text

You can also use the right-click menu instead the toolbar to make the linking.


The toolbar only appears when you use the trackpad or a mouse, or when you double click in the text area. If you select the text from the keyboard using Shift + ⇨, you should right click to use the menu.

The newly created question has a default name. You can rename it right after it has been created.

You can add more answers clicking on the three dots and selecting ‘Add answer’:


Single choice questions allow to select only one answer (radio button).

Multiple choice questions allow to select multiple answers (tick-type button).

Enclosed questions

You can create enclosed questions that appear only when a certain answer is selected.

In the text area, such text should also be placed inside the main brackets.

Marking enclosed questions / answers

Usually the dependent text is placed inside the main text.

In some cases, you may need to link some text to the enclosed question from a standalone position.

Meaning that your text will not be placed inside the main text linked to the main question/answer but somewhere else in the document. For instance, you need to insert the text related to second director somewhere in the document.

In this case there is no need to wrap the text in double brackets (main answer and enclosed answer). You can link the text to the enclosed answer only.

Brackets & non-printing symbols

We recommend to turn on the ¶ non-printing character sign to make the logic markup clean an consistent.

Let’s have a look why you may need them.

In some cases, you may need to make the entire paragraph disappear when the answer is deselected.

To do this, you will want to include the paragraph sign inside the brackets, like this:

If the paragraph sign is not embraced, an empty paragraph sign will remain in the text when the answer “Share Certificates” is not selected:

If the paragraph sign is embraced, the whole list item will go away when the answer “Share Certificates” is not selected:


You can duplicate the question in the logic tree including all of the enclosed variable elements.

This can be done if you need to create a question with the similar structure that you need to rename a bit.

Please note, that duplicating an item this will only duplicate the element in the logic tree, and not the relevant parts connected to this item in the text.

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