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Show / Hide fields using conditional logicAsked by aandrola on March 02, 2016 at 05:07 PM
I would like to use conditional formatting:
if select 1, show a
if select 2, show b
if select 3, show c
if select 1 and 2, show a and b
If select 2 and 3, show b and c
If select 1 and 3, show a and c
If select 1,2, and 3, show a, b, and c.
How can I set this up?
If you want to setup conditions with multiple options, Checkbox is a better option than Dropdown. You can hide the values and use 'SHOW/HIDE FIELD' to show them when a Condition is met.
I have made a DEMO, you can go ahead and test it.
It might be useful also to look at this guide: How to show or hide a field in the form based on the other field input or selection
We hope you find this helpful.
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Thank you, Huberson. That was helpful.
You are welcome Angela! :)
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