Dropdown Fields: Additional states for IF conditions of dropdown fields.

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    Outteridge
    Asked on March 29, 2016 at 06:57 PM

    It would be good to have a CONTAINS state in IF conditions. If I have a drop down box with several items, I can categorise them with a special text string (even a single, unique character) and then test this with a single IF statement, thus avoiding multiple IF tests.

    For example:

    Payment:
    Credit card
    PayPal
    Cash
    Check (fee)
    Invoice (fee)

    I can then display a radio button if the payment option incurs a fee:

    IF Payment CONTAINS "(fee)" SHOW Payment Fee Acknowledgement

    Of course more states such as BEGINS WITH, ENDS WITH, LIKE, mask, REGEX and so on would be useful!

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    Chriistian
    Answered on March 30, 2016 at 12:38 AM

    Thank you for your suggestion. Please note that we do have states such as Contains, Starts with, Ends with. However, this is not available for the dropdown fields.

    Nevertheless, I have sent a feature request for the suggested conditions on your behalf. We will let you know on this thread once there are any updates to your request.

    Regards.