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Advance Conditional Logic QuestionAsked by bcampbell on October 10, 2013 at 05:59 PM
If I create an auto-fill field that has 500 options (lets say towns in a state). What woud be the most effective way to use conditional logic to have "all the towns in a specific county" result in a particular field to appear.
To be a bit more specific, currently I have only counties listed that I have "linked" to a specific price point to appear. My current form uses a drop down field with 10 counties listed. The issue is that people from outside of the state (whom i am targeting) aren't familiar with "what town - is in what county". I have town lists of every county, so i'd like to create an auto-fill field for ease-of-use. It wouldnt be worth me doing each town manually, so I am looking for a better, smarter solution.
I would create additional drop-down fields seperating data by county:
[County Drop Down]
[Town Drop Down] <-- Have this proper drop down shown based on the county selected above.
The hiding and showing of the fields would be performed with the conditional rules.
This is my example form:
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