- PSGMAsked on June 30, 2015 at 04:50 PM
as you will see, i need to be able to do 10 doors but the way i am doing it will have a lot of conditions and i was hoping there was a better way.
Basically at the bottom of the page i want it to say would you like to make another door and then if they check yes it will start at the Finish options again.
- JotForm SupportdavidAnswered on June 30, 2015 at 07:12 PM
The best I can come up with would be to just show all the fields and have them separated out by page breaks. Then have a field at the end of each page that prompts them if they would like another door. If they select yes, they get another page with door settings, if they select no, they get the submit button or ending page:
This would allow for your form to simply show each door fully in its own page.
Your form is quite long and would take a bit to get the conditions properly set up this way, but it would cut down quite a bit on the amount of conditions you would need to set up.
- PSGMAnswered on July 01, 2015 at 04:03 PM
there are certain elements that may not need to be seen based on certain seletions. like if they choose aluminum matt they dont need to see brushed stainless steel options. so i cant show the whole form at once.
- JotForm SupportdavidAnswered on July 01, 2015 at 05:28 PM
You could separate out the doors to their own pages and then restructure the conditions to a per page basis. You would just have a separate set of conditions for each door that show based on the fields in that page, rather that the fields in the entire form. However, this would require fully re-doing your current conditions. So if they chose aluminum matte on page 2, the brushed stainless steel options are hidden for page 2. Again, this would require quite a bit of changes to your current conditions.