Forms can look unnecessarily daunting if they’re too muddled with irrelevant form fields. There’s only so many times a form visitor will click “N/A” before they may get frustrated and give up on the form. There’s an easy solution: use conditional logic for cleaner forms which will improve the user experience and get you more conversions on your forms.
So what is conditional logic? Conditional logic allows you to configure your form to show or hide form fields, sections, or pages based on user selections. This allows you to easily control what information your form visitor is asked to provide and tailor the form specifically to their needs.
JotForm’s Conditions Wizard also allows you to make certain questions required, skip to a page, and change the “thank you” page that a user is shown based on their answers to your form.
Here’s an example.
1. Create your form with all of the form fields that you need.
4. Set up 2 different “Thank You” pages that are shown to the form visitor after they press the submit button. This is what you would set the condition to if you want to show the non-dog lovers the thank you page that says that they’re not eligible.