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    Conditional Logic and Form Sections

    Asked by cjonesninestar on September 12, 2012 at 03:35 PM

     

    I'm creating a sales quote form and there are several check boxes for each service.  I need certain sections hidden until boxes/selections are called.  For example I have a person that may want Broadband services and there are more than one questions or fields that may need answers i.e. revealed upon a checkbox.  That in turn will have hidden fields according to answers that will become visible when checked/selected.   Something like a nested type setup similar to InfoPath hidden sections option.  Keep in mind that one or more boxes can be checked but each section that pertains to the check will have possible nested questions that need answers.

    And/or can you have several Form Collapse fields on one page and use the collapse in a conditional rule and a conditional rule within the collapse.

     

     

    Can an IF have more than one Then?

     

    For Conditional Logic Rule

     

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    Answered by cjonesninestar on September 12, 2012 at 03:54 PM
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    Answered by EduardoMendez on September 12, 2012 at 05:24 PM

    @cjonesninestar

    Here is a guide that can help you with the condionts on the form.  As per the collapse fields, you may wat to look at part of this guide.

    From what you have described on the post, it sounds like the show/hide conditions would be something that can be used.  Unfortunately, the conditions can not be used to close or open collapse fields. 

    Let us know when you need more assitance!