How Do I change options based on certain answer they have put on form

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    Matt Deitch
    Asked on January 15, 2015 at 11:03 AM

    For Example, 

    I am creating a summer camp form and we have 2 locations.  Each location has a different options for times.  So I want to ask the person to pick a location(so I created a drop down for that).  Then based on the location they have to choose how many hours a day they want to send kid to camp.  One of our locations runs til 330 and the other runs only until 2.  How do I change the option of 9-330 or 9-12 for one location to 9-12 and 9-2 for other location based on what they choose

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    KadeJM
    Answered on January 15, 2015 at 12:01 PM

    I see you mainly wish to display an option based on user-input for your summer camp jotform.

    To do this it would mainly rely on conditional logic to show|hide answers based on user responses.

    I looked at your account and found 2 Summer Camp jotforms for 2015. Is it one of those or both that you are possibly trying to apply this to?

    Additionally, I will work on putting together a quick example just to show you how this would sort of work out so that you can see and clone it to get a better idea behind it and will share it briefly.

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    KadeJM
    Answered on January 15, 2015 at 12:51 PM

    UPDATE: Here's the example jotform - http://form.jotformpro.com/form/50144440041943? I made with similar details based on your above question about the location and timeframe. It's not the exact same but at least it'll give you one possible idea of how you could do it based on input.

    You are more than welcome to clone it to see how it looks on the back end so that you can see how I made the conditional logic. If you get confused or need more help just let us know.