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Hello,

I'm trying to figure out what is the best function/setup to use if I'm looking to set up the following:


Ex: Document that will be used as a guide to refer to documents based off answered Questions:

Multiple Questions Yes/No



Does the change introduce new air emissions (Yes/No) - Answer to choose from a list of selcted documents that pertain to the choice, the issue will be I will need to ask multiple questions therefor the more questions that are answered the list will be narrowed down to more and more specific required documents? Understand what I'm attempting to get at? Almost like a flowchart but using dropdown questions.
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