We would like to design a form that populates a yes or no answer for participants. Is this possible?

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    Asked on November 15, 2016 at 12:24 PM

    We are a youth prevention program operating in 30 schools and over 330 classrooms per year. We have served over half a million youth since our inception in 1979. We now want to locate alumni, but we need to help them REMEMBER if they had Operation Aware. We want to do that by having them put in their elementary school, middle and high school with the years they attended, and populate a Yes you are an Operation Aware Alumni or No, sorry Operation Aware was not at your school during those years.  


    We think this will take a lot of text fields not seen by participants. We may have been in 4th grade in one school, but not the others as well. So, if we made this a list it would be 300 lines long or more per year. How can we make this more concise for participants. 

    There is no form yet. We'd need help building it. Is that something you could do?

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    Answered on November 15, 2016 at 01:38 PM

    This should be possible by using conditional logic, you can learn more about it on this guide: https://www.jotform.com/help/57-Smart-Forms-Using-Conditional-Logic. The conditional logic feature allows you trigger actions based on the rules you have setup. 

    The number of conditions and fields depends on how many rules you are planning to setup. But I believe this is feasible using our online form builder. You will just to define the rules correctly. 

    Feel free to explore the form builder using the conditions function and let us know if that fits your need and if you have any questions. Thank you.