Card Forms: Make it mandatory for users to read all text before proceeding to the next slide

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    Asked on August 01, 2020 at 06:29 AM

    I'm trying to create a multi step form  maybe the wrong description) that essentially will work like:

    Step 1- complete the first section that explains how our program works and has a couple questions spread throughout; once that's completed, DUH I resolved

    Step 2
    - you can move to the section of the form for the applicant to enter resident and employment background information. DUH again

    I can find conditional logic questions but this is more like doing an entire section of the single frames (about 35 or so) Yep, again

    I would also like the ability to choose early on if there is a single or joint applicant and have it populate with individual or joint. Once more, duh

    OK, since this is a Christmas list 😀 I would like to know if there is a way that when the form is being viewed on a phone (most of the views probably) to make sure they go to the bottom of that frame before moving on. I had a friend review it and he said that the sections were too long because he missed several bottoms of pages before he realized it.

    I've gone back and shortened each frame enough so that they don't miss much if they don't realize that.

    Thanks a lot for any help on any of these topics.

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    Answered on August 01, 2020 at 11:15 AM

    Hello! I noticed that you're using Paragraph element for your text.

    Instead of the Paragraph elements, the Short Scrollable Terms can be used. It won't let users proceed unless they scroll to the bottom of the slide and then click on the I've read it! text on the confirmation checkbox.

    Please give it a try and let us know if this doesn't serve your purpose.

    Thank you!