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Customize form to act dynamically based on user input?Asked by cocob7gmailcom on October 17, 2016 at 08:52 AM
I am looking to create a form that is dynamic, as in, if a field is selected, a specific text field becomes enabled and another disabled. is that possible? Can you please tell me how i can do that?
Are you male or female (drop down menu) (upon selection of male fields below act accordingly)
Male text box (enabled)
text here to fill by male
Female text box (disabled)
text here not enabled
You should use conditional logic to do that. Please click on "Conditions" section and there are ENABLE/REQUIRE and SKIP TO/HIDE A PAGE kinds of conditional utilities. For example,
IF gender GENDER EQUALS "Male"
REQUIRE yes/completed MILITARY SERVICE
Hope it helps. For further questions, please continue to ask.
As mentioned by earlier by a fellow user, you can use the "Conditions" feature in the form builder. To learn more about this, you can check this guide: https://www.jotform.com/help/57-Smart-Forms-Using-Conditional-Logic.
The conditional logic allows you to make your forms smart, you can show/hide fields depending on a user input, you can redirect email alerts to different addresses, you can enable to disable a text box, you can perform advance calculations, etc...
If you need further help on this, please do let us know.