@jcastello, when looking at your XLSForm I see 774 lines of question under the survey tab and another 708 lines of choices under the choices tab. This seems to be a large survey. Maybe you will need to split your survey forms into 2 or even 3 or even more to make it smaller. As an advise, you could also use external CSV files to handle your long list of choices. Maybe that could too help you getting rid of the loading error that you have been getting.
Thanks @Kal_Lam. So, do you think the issue is simply the size of the form? I considered using a dynamically generated repeat group (rather than having so many questions) - but given the potential volume of responses, I wanted to avoid having each set of answers to the repeat question creating a new data table. Is there any way to have repeat answers captured within the main table of results?
I will also try your suggestion of using external CSV files to handle the questions, though I haven’t done that before. Could you kindly share a link to a guide for that?
I wanted to present a set of conditional questions for each one of the 38 select_multiple products options that a respondent might pick. Rather than repeat the set 38 times with relevant conditions, I initially created a repeat group to dynamically generate the conditional questions. However I then remembered that the answers to every set of repeat questions create a new data table, rather than being aggregated in the principle data table, which makes aggregate analysis tricky. So I was wondering if there is any way to make the answers to repeat groups appear in the principal data table? Please see my repeat group below:
In the meantime, to get around the loading issue I’ve compromised by redesigning the survey to reduce the number of select_multiple / conditional question combinations. I won’t be able to collect as many data as I’d hoped initially, but it works!
Apologies for the late response. However, thank you for the suggestions. For this inquiry I have settled on a smaller number of questions with fewer branching options, however I will definitely use your suggestions next time to complement the use of repeat groups.