- BorisAnswered on February 27, 2016 at 07:28 PM
It is possible to do this at this time, by adding one more required field to your form, and two more conditions.
I've added a Radio Button field at the end of the hidden section, made this field required, and made it have only one option "Yes":
Next, I've set up two conditions for update/calculate a field's value. First condition is to place the text "Blank" back into the access key field, when our new Radio Button field is selected:
This condition alone will automatically hide the entire hidden section as soon as our Radio button is clicked on, and since it is a required field, the form cannot be submitted without clicking on this field.
Second condition is to update the Radio Button itself - if it is set to "Yes", we calculate it to something else, so that "Yes" is no longer selected and we can again access this section with another access key:
You can see a demonstration of these in action on this form:
Please use one of these two access keys to display the hidden section: MyAccessKey or letmein. I believe the above demonstrated functionality is what you were looking for. Please try it out and let us know how it goes.
- nlazarreAnswered on February 27, 2016 at 08:09 PM
Thank you. The algorithm does work but it also wipes out all the approvals entered by the second user. It's a complete reset of the entire section and does not retain any information. is there a work around for this? the only item that should be erased is the password.
- BorisAnswered on February 27, 2016 at 08:16 PM
It sounds like hidden fields are having their values reset/cleared.
Can you please try setting the Clear Hidden Field Values option to Don't Clear, and see if it works correctly after that. The option can be found under Preferences > Advanced Settings:
I hope this helps.