Conditional Logic: option to show field IDs to easily differenciate them

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    vit.kettner
    Asked on November 06, 2021 at 04:10 PM

    Hello,

    I was wondering if there is any good practice in condition creation whereby I could improve my work.

    Just to let you know about the context, I am creating a form that should be used as a monthly attendance sheet to be filled any time during a month (backwards) or on a daily basis. For each day as of January 2022 there is a separate set of fields with conditions set. The whole month is divided into sections = each section is one week. So far I have been able to set conditions just for the first week of January as it is quite a painful job. I need to duplicate fields for each day of the month and to create conditions for the fields.

    For the first five days of the month, I have a set of 80 conditions, however I need to multiplicate conditions for 31 days of the month. It means I have to set up manually I guess 240 conditions, which requires a lot of time and focus.

    The first thing I would welcome may be when I duplicate a condition to adapt it to another field (i.e. the next weekday) if I could see explicitly IDs of the fileds for which the condition was already set. Now it is hard to recognize especially in calculations which fileds are already included and which are missing.

    I attach screenshots of what would be fine to see when manually duplicating conditions.

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    Niko
    Answered on November 06, 2021 at 05:20 PM

    Hi,

    Thanks for your feedback.

    Unfortunately, those options are not currently available for the fields included in the conditions.

    I will escalate your request as a feature request to our backend team.

    Please note that we can't give an ETA for when this will be implemented. Feature requests depend on the workloads of our developers and popularity among our users. But rest assured we will inform you once this feature becomes available.

    Thanks!