- mnsharpeAsked on February 06, 2017 at 02:28 PM
As a conditional option, that is. So if I have a dropdown box where an item is selected? Does that mean the field is "filled" and it will jump to the next page?...that's what I want tp do...I have 4 dropdown boxes--I want people to only pick one item, and when they do, I want do not want them selecting another dropdown box and select one of those option. So, they have 4 potential with dropboxes, each with multiple options. I only want to allow them to select one dropdown box and one of the items within that dropdown box and then proceed to page 2. I tried to use the logic "is filled," but it does not seem to work. Any ideas?Page URL:
- JotForm SupportdavidAnswered on February 06, 2017 at 03:48 PM
You have the right idea about how "Is Filled" works. It pertains to the field as a whole, rather than a specific selection.
For example, if you have 4 drop down fields and you only want them to select something from one of them, you could set up 4 conditions.
If Drop down 1 IS FILLED HIDE Drop Down 2,3,4
If Drop down 2 IS FILLED HIDE Drop Down 1,3,4
If Drop down 3 IS FILLED HIDE Drop Down 1,2,4
If Drop down 4 IS FILLED HIDE Drop Down 1,2,3
If users wanted to make a selection in a different drop down after they made their initial selection, they would need to clear their current selection in order to show the other drop downs again.