In this guide, you will be able to use Conditional Logic to skip pages based on the user’s form field input.
We’ll be using this demo form in this guide. It skips to a page depending on the dropdown option selected. Below are the steps on how to set it up.
- Add a Dropdown element to your form.
This will be used as the basis for the skipping of pages. You can also use other form elements like Single Choice or Short Text depending on how your form works.
- Make your form multi-page by adding page breaks.
The next step is to set up the Conditional Logic.
- Go to Settings.
- Choose Conditions on the left.
- Add a new condition and select Skip to/Hide a Page.
- Set up the condition and action in the next window. In our example form, the Conditional Logic would be as follows:
To break that down:
- We’ve set the condition or IF statement to check the value of the “Skip to…” dropdown.
- The action or DO statement will skip to the corresponding page if the condition is met.
- Click the Save button to save the changes.
- Repeat the same steps for the other pages, depending on how you want your interactive form to work.
I hope that helps. For questions, feel free to leave us a comment below.