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How to use conditions to selectively show fields, and format themAsked by karina.e.serrano on September 16, 2014 at 04:02 PM
I am not sure how to best phrase this question, but I want to know how to do the following:
I have a yes or no question, is there a way that if the person filling out the survey replies "no" that it will automatically pop up the another question "If no, please explain"? I hope this makes sense.
Another question was is there a way to indent a question? I have a couple questions that are connected and would like to indent but not sure if that's possible.
Thanks for your questions:
> is there a way that if the person filling out the survey replies "no" that it will automatically pop up the another question "If no, please explain"?
Yes, you can use conditional clause for this. If field A = 'No' then Show field B. Field B will only appear if field A is no.
Here's a general help doc on that:
> is there a way to indent a question?
Yes, you can use CSS injection. This same question was asked here:
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