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Using the value entered in one field into the Radio button optionsAsked by aprpac on July 02, 2015 at 08:12 AM
I would like to be able for a user to enter their name in a Text field and then make visible a Radio list that has their entered name within the options:
Enter your name: Paul
Select the message you would like:
O HANDS OFF! - Only for use by Chef Paul
O Paul the King of the Barbecue
O Paul you were born to BBQ!
Can you help?
Original thread title: Can I dynamically create a set of Radio buttons using User input within "boilerplate" text?
Using the "Update Form Field Value" condition, you can use the value entered in 1 field to another. Please refer to this guide: http://www.jotform.com/help/286-How-to-Populate-Field-with-a-Value-from-another-Field.
However, it is not possible to use the value entered in a text box field into the Radio button options.
Please check this demo form that I've created: http://www.jotformpro.com/form/51824529500957
I created 3 fields for message 1-3 so that once the user entered his name, the message 1-3 fields will be updated with a text together with the entered name. After that, I created a radio button so the user can choose what message he/she prefers.
These are the conditions I've used:
I would recommend you cloning the form if you want to know how I created the conditions and the structure. If you have any questions, let us know. Thank you.