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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
- 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.
- Input - The other Input to be evaluated
- Operator - How the other Input is evaluated (e.g. ==, !=, >=, ...)
- Value - The value that the other Input is evaluted against
When editing an Input, check the Conditional Input box in order to start creating conditions.
Select the effect on the Input
- Hidden: If any condition is not satisfied then the Input will be hidden
- Disabled: If any condition is not satisfied then the Input will be disabled
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 == Trueis not satisfied. First select the Checkbox Input
We want to check whether or not the Checkbox is TRUE, therefore select the '==' operator
Finally, the value TRUE is selected
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!
If the Checkbox Input is TRUE (checked) the Slider will be visible.
ℹ️ 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.