How to Enable or Disable Fields Using Conditional Logic

February 11, 2024

If you need to disable or set your form fields to read-only conditionally, you can use Jotform’s Conditional Logic. This can be useful if you need to keep your form fillers from changing the field values on your form.

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To enable or disable your form fields conditionally

  1. In the Form Builder, go to Settings at the top.
  2. Select Conditions on the left.
  3. Add a new Enable/Require/Mask Field condition.
Steps to add an Enable/Require/Mask Field condition in Jotform Form Builder
  1. On the next page, set up your condition rules.
Read-only Condition

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

  • IF: Read-only (a dropdown field)
  • STATE: Is Equal To
  • VALUE: Yes
  • DO: Disable
  • FIELD(s): Name, Email, Notes
  1. Once you’re done, select Save at the bottom.
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