- ashcroftAsked on February 02, 2015 at 07:53 AM
Is there a way to work faster when creating many conditions?
Currently you would need to click add condition then mouse over and click new. Is there a way to just bypass and go to new condition(s). I would sooner need to click to get out of making conditionsonce than the steps to create get to a new condition field each time.
Perhaps this already exists and I am using an incorrect search in the forum
I would suggest that a save & new button at the bottom of each would save me and others a ton of time
- JotForm SupportJanAnswered on February 02, 2015 at 10:46 AM
If I understand you correctly, you're saying that you're having a hard time adding new conditions right?
Let me show you some step by step process on how I create conditions.
1. Click the "Conditions" button on the toolbar.
2. The Conditions Wizard will pops up. Here, you can choose what kind of condition you want to use. Just press "Next" after selecting an option.
3. You can now create your condition here. Just hit the "Save" button after.
Optional: Add New Rule and Add New Action.
4. Once you save the condition, you'll see this window. You can either hit the "Finish" button and go back to form builder or you can "Add New Condition" by click the button.
Is this what you need? If not then please let us know so we can further assist you.
Hope this helps anyway. Thank you!
- ashcroftAnswered on February 02, 2015 at 01:30 PM
yes this is the process...
At your #3 where you have highlighted SAVE button. Can you not make a SAVE/NEW button that would loop you back to 3 so you don't always need to go to #4 and then to # 2 again.
I see merit to being looped your way if you only have a few conditions to create, however continually looping to step 4 and 2 is onerous and time consuming when creating a new form with several conditions.
Thanks for you time and help with this.
- JotForm SupportWelvinAnswered on February 02, 2015 at 02:46 PM
"Save and Add New Condition" button might be possible, but I think that should loop back to Step 2 where you have to select what logic you want to add. Because Step 3 is the step where you need to attach the selected conditional logic.
Also, because if that's the case, you can just duplicate the conditional logic after saving it - if the purpose is to just create the same conditional logic for the other fields:
Then you can just edit it:
What do you think? Let us know!