Skip to page conditions

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    OceanAcupuncture
    Asked on November 03, 2017 at 10:24 PM

    Based on the answer to "Gender", we wish to show or hide fields (and headings, labels etc).

    The condition is working for "Female" but not for "Male".

    Could you please advise how to fix this.

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    John_Benson
    Answered on November 03, 2017 at 11:48 PM

    Are you referring to the blank page when the Male is selected?

    If yes, please remove the "80. Page Break" to the list of selected option of the Female Condition. Here's a screenshot:

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    I hope this information helps. Let us know if you need further assistance. Thank you.

     

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    OceanAcupuncture
    Answered on November 04, 2017 at 12:33 AM

    If "N/A" is selected then it should show

    * comments field labelled "Pain" {pain}

    * back/next button

    * "Next" button goes to page beginning with text: "About your health issue"


    If "Female" is selected then it should show

    * comments field labelled "Pain" {pain}

    * back/next button

    * "Next" button goes to page beginning with text: "Women's health", then they complete the following page "Menopause symptoms", and

    * then they skip Men's Health

    * So go from "Menopause symptoms" direct to "About your health issue"


    If "Male" is selected then it should show

    * comments field labelled "Pain" {pain}

    * back/next button

    * "Next" button goes to page beginning with text: "Men's health" (ie, skip the two pages of "Women's Health" and "Menopause symptoms"), then

    * Next to "About your health issue


    Currently:

    "N/A" stops at "Pain" with no "Next" button

    "Female" works but with the edit suggested, there is now a screen that repeats "Next: About your health issue" and the "Back" "Next" buttons (these are already displaying at the end of the "Menopause" page).

    "Male" is the same as "N/A" - it stops at "Pain" with no "Next" button



    Please advise the best way to get these conditions working, ideally with no duplicate instructions.

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    EltonCris
    Answered on November 04, 2017 at 04:38 AM

    You can achieve it with skip to page and hide page conditions.

    Here's a cloned version of your with this changes https://form.jotform.com/73071799890976

    You can clone this form if you like so you can use it and inspect the conditions as well.

    Here are the conditions I've created.

    Note that you will have to fill the gender and the pain field so the conditions will be triggered.


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    OceanAcupuncture
    Answered on November 04, 2017 at 06:26 PM

    That's not great because they can't use the "back" button. It's a long form, and they may remember things and want to go back to fill something in that they remember as they go through.

    Is there another way to achieve this?


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    Mike
    Answered on November 04, 2017 at 09:47 PM

    The skip to page and hide page conditions should not remove the page break based back buttons. You can test the following form adjusted by Elton to see how it works:

    https://form.jotform.com/73078794606973

    Let us know if we are missing something.

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    OceanAcupuncture
    Answered on November 05, 2017 at 01:09 AM

    That example you give doesn't work though?

    The form is showing both women's and men's health pages.

    I'd like those pages to be conditional on the field "gender".

    When I tested this in the live form, I can't use the "Back" button to go through the form. Once gone from the Pain page to Men's Health to the final page, if I press the "Back" button I go all the way to the first page. And clicking the "Next" button from the first page takes me back to the last one.

    Please advise how I can set this up so it works properly. I think that hiding fields worked closest to best, but I couldn't figure out whether to hide headings, page breaks etc or not...

    Maybe just hide all the fields, so that a patient answering "Male" sees the Women's Health pages, there are no fields, then they just see a "Next" button?

    Similarly, a patient answering "Female" sees the Men's Health page but doesn't see any questions?

    This is second best, perfect would be that the whole page is skipped. Pls advise the best way to proceed.

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    BJoanna
    Answered on November 05, 2017 at 04:28 AM

    The conditions on the form that Mike provided are working properly. Please note that two fields have to be filled for the conditions to work ('Gender' field and the 'Any other pain issues' field on the page 14). 

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    Here is my cloned form https://form.jotform.com/73082514151953. I set the field on the page 14 to be required. 

    If the form is still not working like you want, let us know and we will create a demo form with hide field conditions.