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Conditional Logic: Show questions based on previous answersAsked by Chillibreeze on June 18, 2015 at 06:53 AM
Based on my question, I just want to know if Jot Form can support us if a feature is present. I have created a job application form in Jot Form which we require it for our recruiting and hiring processes.
One of the questions in the form is Are you a Fresher ? Yes or No is the option.
When a user clicks on any one of the options for eg: If a user is a fresher then the questions related only to freshers should appear in the form and the user can reply only to those questions, which means the questions related to experience should be in active and vice versa.
I hope my question is clear and is there is a possibility that we can have this feature? Or if there is another way of doing this.
I would really appreciate if you can look into this matter at the earliest and help me with my query.
Yes, that is very much possible with JotForm forms, by using Conditional Logic to show/hide fields based on user input.
If Are you a Fresher Is Equal To Yes, then Show Multiple - all questions for Yes
If Are you a Fresher Is Equal To No, then Show Multiple - all questions for No
I would also recommend that you make this question required, so that they are unable to submit the form is this question is not answered.
Please let us know if you need further assistance.