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Conditional Logic on Appointment Widget.Asked by Churchie on September 09, 2016 at 12:24 AM
I wonder if it is possible to use the Appointment Widget and apply conditional logic to it?
We would like respondents to be able to select 1 or 2 appointments and only allow 2 to be selected IF they select 2 in a preceding question.
If this is not possible, do you have any other suggestions.
If I understand correctly, you want to use conditions to let the user select 2 items on the Appointment Slots Widget only if they select 2 in another question, otherwise they can only select 1?
Unfortunately that is not possible to achieve using the Appointment Slot Widget. The only workaround I can suggest would be to have two versions of the same Appointment Slot Widget. One version would have a Maximum Selection of 1.
While the other would have a max selection of 2.
Then simply use Show/Hide conditions to show the corresponding Appointment Slot Widget based on the user's response. You can check out this guide for more info: How to Show or Hide Fields Base on User's Answer.