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How can I show a dropdown menu when a radio button is selected?Asked by Paul on May 29, 2015 at 08:56 AM
How to make a pull down menu/button when selecting a radio button? I have attached a screenshot of a older form that I want to create with different wording. When you select "School Insurance" other type appears to select the proper radio button.Also are you able to copy and paste from one form to the other?
Did you maybe mean that you want to show a dropdown menu depending on a radio selection?
You can easily show|hide that based on user response with the use of conditional logic.
As for your secondary question about copy and pasting I have moved that here since it is a separate question.
I am looking for a step by step process to on how to do my original request. Also is this the only form of support for this product? Do you have chat available?
If I wanted to recreate the options from my screen shot above.
How would I do it step by step.
Our primary mode of communication is forum. We do provide chat based support as well but it is dependent on staff availability. We are in the process to provide chat support on a regular basis.
Coming back to your question: You will have to take advantage of "Conditions" feature to show / hide form fields based on the selection of another form field. Please check the screenshot below on how to add conditions in form:
Hope this helps.
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