Loop is the command in 1KA, which you can find in the 'EDIT' tab on the left side when you click on the orange icon in the form of a plus, then select Loop in the Advanced features category ().
We use the loop when we want certain question or questions to be repeated several times, based on answers of a previous question. It is important to always insert a page break before (first) question and after (last) question, when using loops.
Otherwise, we could set such a condition with multiple IF conditions or create several single questions based on a specific answer, but using the loop is significantly easier.
For a better understanding of the loop, see the example >> that you can copy to your library as the basis for preparing your questions with a loop (located in the 'Library' in folder '1KA example questionnaires' – 'IF conditions templates' - 'Example - Loop').
See the manual showing how to use the loop in 1KA tool: