I am looking for what to call the UX idea of a form that changes based on the answers a user has entered.
For example a web form that asks:
Are you satisfied with your purchase?
If you answer yes, it displays:
How satisfied? Rate 1 (slightly) - 10 (very)
But if you answered no, it would display a support email.
And then continuing on the yes branch of questions, based on the rating, it would display different form elements such as
if rated 10
Would you write a review telling others about your experience?
if rated 1
Would you mind answering a few questions so we can improve?
An example of this is the Circa app prompting for reviews:
The closest name I can find is computerized adaptive testing, but that isn't quite it.
I know this type of form is common, but what do you actually call it? The Qualtrics surveys do this with what is called "Display Logic" and "Branch Logic" but to me this is saying how to do it, not what it is.
Adaptive forms? User directed forms?