How to Use Conditions with Checkboxes?

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    Asked on September 03, 2015 at 03:59 AM

    My second questions, conditions and checkboxes. How are the matchings of "Is Equal To"?

    With checkbox options A, B and C, will a condition saying if "Is Equal To"=A, trigger both if "A is checked" and if "A+B is checked" and if "AC" and "ABC"?

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    Answered on September 03, 2015 at 04:58 AM


    Here, we have one example check-box field named "Choose" with three options A, B, C. Also, you can see how to access conditions.


    Normally, conditions works like if you select A, do something; but you can ask more criteria to activate one action by using "Add New Rule".

    Now, we can start with the basic one. When I create "Choose" check-box, the options automatically set in "Conditions". The example below shows "Is Equal To: A" situation, so we have only one criteria. 


    If we click "Add New Rule", we can multiply criteria number. Below, it represents "Is Equal To: A+B", so we have two criteria to activate the action.


    As you can see, there is no limit to increase the number of  criterias, so you can apply your mentioned scenarios above.


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