- ryan_3cbAsked on December 05, 2013 at 11:04 AM
For example, there is a survey question: Do you walk your dog? radio button -yes -no. If the person filling out the form chooses the response "no" the form will then pop open a new text area below it for a new question ("i.e. why not") If the applcant chooses the response, "yes" the box does not pop open and the additional question is not asked. Is this possible? Thanks!
- KadeJMAnswered on December 05, 2013 at 12:34 PM
I believe I understand what you are trying to do. Conditional Logic is what normally makes your form behave in a smarter way to do that so that based on the selected answer it would then show more detail if necessary.
May I ask which form you were trying to achieve this on? Was it this one http://www.jotform.com/33383816184863?
- ryan_3cbAnswered on December 05, 2013 at 12:42 PM
Thank you KadeJM, the example you gave is exactly what I am talking about. Yes, I was trying to do this formatting on http://form.jotform.co/form/33383816184863. How do you do your example?
- KadeJMAnswered on December 05, 2013 at 02:17 PM
Not a problem and thank you for confirming my thoughts about that. I have created a highly detailed and color-coded Diagram of how I did that in attempt to try to help you understand what I did better. I am trying to depict the structuring of how Conditional Logic can be used to Show/Hide or do other things on your form(s). :)
I would also recommend cloning my demo form so that you can play around with it this way you get a better feel of how Conditional Logic works. It may additionally help to refer to the set of instructions above instructions in the link that I previously responded to you with in my last answer.
If anything confuses you more then I apologize in advance and please let me know so that I can try my best to better clarify it all.
- ryan_3cbAnswered on December 09, 2013 at 01:19 PM
This is great KadeJM, thank you so much for all the work you put into this answer. It was very helpful!