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I created a form that offers multiple options, and I love the way I can hide some, depending on choices.Asked by Terrib on October 08, 2015 at 04:54 PM
Example: Two travellers to Vegas. Choices of activities include golf, shows, etc.
If one chooses golf on the radio buttons, then it opens up a picture of the golf course and they can select further. However, I am having trouble doing this for the second guest. Once guest #1 has completed his selections, I want guest #2 selections to show up.
I prefer not to do two forms.
You are currently using radio button on guest options that's why only 1 guest can be accommodated. I suggest to replace it with check box instead so both options can be check then you can trigger condition for guest 2.
Should be a check box like the following. You must delete the one above on the form builder and add a check box with the same option.
After that, you can create a condition for your guest 2. You can duplicate the same guest activity fields for guest 2 and trigger it with show/hide condition.
Or another way to achieve this is to add another checkbox field at the end of guest 1 fields asking if guest 2 is available.
"Do you want to add another guest (guest 2)?"
And once the user checked it, you can display relevant fields for guest 2.
If you need further assistance, do let us know.