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How to add more rules in the ConditionsAsked by CConstrucao on June 30, 2014 at 06:11 PM
There are two questions in the form whose options "Aplicacao Manual and Argamassa Projetada" have to sum 100%
Well. The problem is... If the answer "Aplicacao projetada" is greater than 0% then the next 3 questions have to appear.
If the option "aplicacao manual" is equal 100% then the 4th question has to appear.
Is it possible to do this?
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After trying to implement the conditions I think I understood the issue here:
As you see in the images, the conditions only allows you to set a "Total" of both options, but does not display the option to set a condition based on a specific option within a question. If that is what you need, please let us know so we can forward this to our second level.
HiFirst of all thanks for your reply.Unfortunately the problem is a little bit more complicated.I would like to set different conditions depending on the answer in the question. For example: if the answer in the option 1 is 10% “Aplicacao manual” then some question have to appear.Otherwise, if the option “Argamassa projetada” is more than 0% another questions have to appear.is is possible?Regards
Hi Eliana ,
I would like to set different conditions depending on the answer in the question. For example: if the answer in the option 1 is 10% “Aplicacao manual” then some question have to appear.
Yes, this is very much possible.
You can actually add more than one rules/conditions into a condition using the "Add New Rule" button.
I also suggest reviewing this user guide for better understanding on how to.
User Guide: -Smart-Forms-Using-Conditional-Logic
Please inform us if you need more assistance.