When completing a form, the data entered by the user are assigned to the correspondng form element. This data can be accessed in conditions and it can be saved for analysis. In special paragraphs (such as data summary) the data that has been entered thus far can be displayed to the user at the end of the tab.
In conditions a reply can either be adressed via a paragraph ID (if defined) or via the designation. In contrast to the designation, the paragraph ID is not visible to the user. Paragraph IDs may be short and concise, which can be an advantage for more complex processes. If the designation Name is used for a certain element, the expression %%name%% provides the entered value in a continuous text. Transactions and computation are special cases.
In Results and Summaries the answers are listed in the designation.
Often the same identifiers are used for different questions, e.g. when a person's contact data is inquired. If we assume the corresponding boxes are contained in two question groups (person 1 and person 2), the name entered by the first person can be accessed via person1.Name. If only Name has been set as a condition, it is not defined which answer is used.
In general the structure of a path looks as follows:
If an already completed page that was only displayed conditionally is skipped (user goes back, changes the condition and carries on) the data that has already been enetered will be deleted provided that this option has been activated. Otherwise both values will be saved.