About survey scenarios
With survey scenarios, you can decide how a survey would continue for participants based on the answers they give. This means you can choose to direct the survey to different pages for the different answers your contacts pick. At every page you can choose the next page the survey would jump to after completing that whole page or you can choose to end the survey at some custom point. To create a scenario, you need to have different pages in your survey.
You can redirect participants based on their answers only in multiple choice question types with 1 possible answer.
Let's see an example for better clarity:
Let's say you have a company that sells cosmetic products. On the first page of your survey you can ask your participants to indicate whether they are male or female. If they mark that they are male, you can redirect them to the pages containing questions about cosmetic products targeted toward male customers. If they answer that they are female, you can redirect them to the pages containing questions about cosmetic products targeted toward female customers. After they have completed the questions for each, you can refer both scenarios to pages with questions that apply to both groups by selecting the next page the survey would jump to or you can end the survey for each separate scenario at some point.
Scenarios help you gather information without making your contacts go through questions that are irrelevant for them.