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    How to Use Conditions with Checkboxes?

    Asked by eskilhad 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 by mert 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.


    If you encounter any difficulties, please don't hesitate to contact us.