How to Show or Hide Fields Conditionally

February 10, 2024

The Show/Hide Field conditional logic allows you to change the visibility of questions or elements on your form based on the form filler’s answers.

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In this example form, the “Would you like any dessert?” question is configured to show a follow-up question if the form filler answered “Yes.”

A screenshot of Form Builder with highlights to the "Would you like any dessert?" and "What kind of dessert do you have in mind?" questions

To conditionally change your form field’s visibility

  1. In the Form Builder, go to Settings at the top.
  2. Select Conditions on the left.
  3. Add a new Show/Hide Field condition.
Steps to add a Show/Hide Field condition in Jotform Form Builder
  1. On the next page, set up your condition rules.
A Show/Hide Field rule in Jotform Form Builder

In this example form, the conditional logic is as follows:

  • IF: Would you like any dessert?
  • STATE: Is Equal To
  • VALUE: Yes
  • DO: Show
  • FIELD: What kind of dessert do you have in mind?
  1. Once you’re done, select Save at the bottom.

You can add as many rules or hide as many fields as needed. To learn more, see

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