- bankruptcynewsAsked on September 27, 2012 at 03:48 PM
If client selects "Searching the Internet" I want the form to leapfrom over Part 1 and go to Part 1.
I select conditions
I select Skip to Page or end of file
I enter if "How You Found Morgan King"
I select "Equals to"
I select "Searching the Internet."
Then it asks me to "Please Select"
But it gives me nothing to select. I want to select Part 2
What am I doing wrong?
- JotForm SupportEduardoMendezAnswered on September 27, 2012 at 04:37 PM
You can use conditional logic together with page breaks (Work best with headings).
Skip to a page or end of the form
Allow users to jump to a part of your form according to their choices. Especially useful if you have a multi-page survey. Depending on user’s previous answers, you can ask additional questions on a new survey page, or simply end the survey.
You can choose "Go to a page or to the end of the form" option on the "Conditions" wizard.
Here you can set as many conditions as you would like.
Here is an example of a form that has three choices on the first page.
According to the choices on this page, the next button of the page break directs the user to the desired location of the form.
You can clone this form if you would like, and take a look at the way the conditions are defined.
Please let us know if you need further assistance!