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Do your forms have if>then conditions?Asked by Grace on February 23, 2016 at 11:09 AM
Essentially, our client wants one main form that can be used by anyone, that enables a visitor to accept terms related to a specific box that's checked on the form. In the fuel industry, ensuring that visitors are aware of safety terms in regards to gas, propane, etc., is extremely important.
We would like to have a form that one would fill pertaining to any service via the fuel company. But, on the form, if one ticked a certain box, then a pop up with terms/conditions/an agreement would pop up pertaining to the specific box and need to be accepted.
E.g. one main form>check boxes for type of service being 1) gas 2) propane 3) etc.>click #1>pop up terms pertaining to #1 arise and need to be accepted
Is this possible?
Is it possible if someone clicked more than one checkbox that multiple terms would pop up?
Please let me know.
We do indeed allow for conditional logic in forms:
It is also possible to show/hide multiple fields at once as a set:
If you have any trouble setting this up in your own form, let us know and we will be happy to help.