- infatumAsked on March 26, 2012 at 08:28 AM
When provided with a question that has single option and an option where a responder gets to type his/her own answer the default text is shown as "Other". Can that default text be changed as well to what it means in local language?
There are options you provide for renaming certain fields the way a user wants. For example, the text "This field can contain numerical data" can be renamed into user's local language.
Plus, can there be an option to rename a redirect page when one has already answered? Can this text be renamed -Sorry! Only one entry is allowed.Multiple submissions are disabled for this form.
- JotForm SupportNeilVicenteAnswered on March 26, 2012 at 11:23 AM
Currently, it is not possible to change the text of the "Other" option for the radio buttons.
A workaround we suggest is to use conditions instead to show a separate text box field when the Other option is selected, such as in this sample form.
Insert a separate text box in your form
Create a condition to show this text box only if the option "Other" is checked.
Plus, can there be an option to rename a redirect page when one has already answered? Can this text be renamed -
Sorry! Only one entry is allowed.
Multiple submissions are disabled for this form.
Sadly, no, it can't be changed. I will forward this to our developers to see if they can do something about it. We'll let you know of any updates. Thanks!