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Chapter 12

Selection-Dependent Inputs

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Whereas flexible inputs allow people to answer questions how they want, and additional inputs allow people to include supplementary questions they want to answer, selection-dependent inputs require people to answer follow-up questions based on their answer to an initial question—usually without having to go to another Web page.

If that sounds like a mouthful, consider the following example in Figure 12.1, on the Found Bin. People have two initial options: either they are a new user or a returning user. Depending on how they answer ...

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