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Using conditions to skip form pagesAsked by debbie63 on January 23, 2015 at 07:14 AM
The form I need to design has the option at the beginning to choose either single or couple in section 1 then in section 2 it either has 1 section or 2 depending if you are single or a couple. How can I display this on a form?
How can I create a form that gives me the option at the beginning to chose either single or couple options. I have attached a screen shot of the form
You can create a form like that by using "conditions" on your form. You can either use form collapse, or page break for skipping pages depending on the user's answers.
I created a demo form that using the "Skip to a page" conditions. Here is the url of demo form: http://form.jotformpro.com/form/50224064755956
Here's a guide on how to clone a form.
This is the condition that I've used.
Please try to clone the form and check how it goes. I used "page breaks" and "conditions" on this form. Like I said, using form collapse is also an alternative.
Let us know if you need any help. Thank you!
In addition to that, please refer to this guide to learn more about conditions.