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Using conditionals to check if a field is completed and if not a related field has been completed instead.Asked by ufsltd on November 05, 2015 at 09:01 AM
Hoping this hasn't been asked before !
As part of a quotation form, I want the user to complete EITHER the Postcode OR Town/City name without making them complete both.
Is there any way I can use conditions to enable this ?
You can make both as required then hide the other if one is filled. Here's our guide for show/hide conditional logic:
Or, you can make both as required then unrequire the other if the other one is filled. Like this:
Just simply repeat the same method for both fields.
Fantastic, thanks for the prompt response Welvin.
Clearly, I wasn't thinking "logically".
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