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Update checkbox field or radio button based on conditionsAsked by stormingrobots on December 28, 2016 at 04:41 PM
The "Update a form field value" in the old condition wizard
is now the "Update/Calculate Field" in the new wizard.
And if you will be using V4, you can find that conditional logic here:
I hope this helps. If you have other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us again anytime.
Yes, I have been using the Calculated field. However, it does not have an option to allow me to :
- if a field is checked , or equal to "Yes", etc.
- then, uncheck or disable one or any option in another field.
Please give me more time to work on this issue. I will contact you once I have a solution. Thank you for your patience.
Thank you for waiting.
This is possible in the Update/Calculate Field condition. You just need to manually enter the option in the Calculate Fields Value.
Here's an example:
I created a drop down (Question 1) and a radio button (Question 2).
After that, I created a condition wherein if Question 1 is equal to "Red", the "Option A" in the Question 2 will be selected. Please take note that you need to manually type "Option A" in the DO field.
You need to create 2 more conditions for the next options.
Here's the result:
It is the same in the Check box field. However, you need to use comma and a space if you want to 2 or more options to be selected. For example: Option D, Option E, Option F.
Here's the result:
Hope that helps. If you have any questions, let us know.