- jason3157Asked on June 17, 2015 at 12:04 PM
Does the fillable PDF form creator take conditional logic into account in any fashion?
Let me share what we are trying to accomplish, as we consider JotForm as our replacement for Adobe Forms Central and to expand the role of a "form program" overall. We are a law firm that wishes to further automate its attorney-client agreement process. This is the process we are envisioning, although we are open to similar alternatives.
1) *We* fill out the initial JotForm internally.
2) The form's content becomes the language of the attorney-client agreement for legal services.
3) Both we and the potential client receives an email with the PDF attorney-client agreement.
4) That PDF agreement has some fillable fields such that the client can input additional information and sign and date digitally and return to us.
- CarinaAnswered on June 17, 2015 at 12:07 PM
Unfortunately conditional logic does not work on fillable PDF form.
I believe it is possible to use Jotform like that. You can add the legal text to Text fields and then adding a checkbox without label with the text like "I agree":
Then on the submission are you need to enable the option "Show header and text":
You can see the test form:
Let us know if this is a solution for you.