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Need help in condition on showing and hiding sections of a complex formAsked by soararts on November 15, 2013 at 01:33 PM
I AM USING CONDITIONS IN A REGISTRATION FORM. I AM TRYING TO SAY IF ONE ANSWERS YES TO REGISTER MORE, THAN PARTICIPANT #2 INFO WILL SHOW UP AND #3, AND #4 WILL STAY HIDDEN. IT IS NOT WORKING AT ALL. I HAVE TRIED DELETING AND STARTING OVER WITH MANY DIFFERENT WAYS TO THINK ABOUT IT. COULD ANYONE HELP? MAYBE, WHAT NEEDS TO BE THE FIRST CONDITION IN ORDER TO HIDE ALL THE OTHER FORM COLLAPSES? IDK. THANKS
Hello. Thanks for posting your inquiry. We will do our best to help you.
I have just cloned your form https://www.jotform.com/33174454468157.
After studying your form construction, Here is what I did:
First, I added a radio button that asks "Do you want to add more participants?". They will choose Yes or No. I then duplicated this radio button 2 times for Participant 2 and 3 sections.
If you noticed, I also added numbers to them. It is just for a marker so that I will not be confused when selecting fields while setting conditions. It is hard to choose labels when they are exactly the same content.
In total, you will have 3 radio buttons that asks the same question for "General Information", Participant 2 and 3 sections.
I also did the same on the schedule datetime fields. I added markers on their labels.
For your first condition, use the "Show/Hide a form field" and use this:
Here, you have 1 rule from the start they want to add another participant,
It will show Participant 2 form section
It will show the Participant 2 Costume measurement section
It will show Participant 2 schedule conflict datetime
For your second condition, it will just be the same but different rule and actions.
If from the Participant 2 section if they still want to add another participant it will show all the section that are related to Participant 3 - General Infos, Costume Measurement, Schedule conflict datetime.
And the last condition, After they fill up Participant 3, when they still want to add more it will show Participant 4 related infos - General info, Costume Measurement, Schedule Conflict datetime.
This will be the final condition sets
As you can see, the markers helped in creating the conditions. You may choose to remove the markers if you wish.
If you need further assistance, please do not hesitate to ask. Thank you
You are so awesome. This really really helps. Thank you so much.
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You are welcome. Feel free to post your future concerns that you might have in the future by opening a new thread.