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Conditional Input

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The following provides a detailed description about the Conditional Input feature

How does it work?​

This feature allows you to hide or disable an Input based on a set of conditions

💡 Notes:​

  • The input will be hidden or disabled if any condition is not satisfied
  • Each condition is composed of 3 parts and calculates a binary result (TRUE or FALSE) by evaluating the values of other Inputs.

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  1. Input - The other Input to be evaluated
  2. Operator - How the other Input is evaluated (e.g. ==, !=, >=, ...)
  3. Value - The value that the other Input is evaluted against

Steps​

  1. When editing an Input, check the Conditional Input box in order to start creating conditions.

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  2. Select the effect on the Input

    1. Hidden: If any condition is not satisfied then the Input will be hidden
    2. Disabled: If any condition is not satisfied then the Input will be disabled
  3. To create a condition you must define the 3 subcomponents. Here is an example of creating a condition where the Slider Input will be hidden if the condition Checkbox == True is not satisfied. First select the Checkbox Input

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    We want to check whether or not the Checkbox is TRUE, therefore select the '==' operator

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    Finally, the value TRUE is selected

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caution

When editing an input, don't forget to click on APPLY CHANGES at the bottom of the screen to save your work

Test it out for youself​

Test out the condition we created above!

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If the Checkbox Input is TRUE (checked) the Slider will be visible.

Additional​

ℹī¸ Note: We currently do not offer creating conditions based on the following input types: date, file, rich text.

Adding a condition​

To add a condition, simply click the plus button. There can be as many conditions as you want.

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