Form Builder – Conditional Settings

Conditional Settings allow for certain fields or questions on the form to appear based on the answer from a previous question. To create a conditional setting, click the Conditional Settings tab, and (1) choose “Under Certain Conditions” > “Add a Condition”. (2) Choose if you would like any or all conditions to be met, and then add your values that will represent what conditions this field or question will display under.

To add your values, (3) choose the field (the question that needs to be answered for the field you are editing to appear), the comparison (‘equals’ or ‘is greater than or equal’ to is usually the easiest because it means you are looking for one answer to make the question appear; greater than or less than comparisons could be used when dealing with dollar amount questions), and then select the value (the value will vary based on the question/field chosen in the first drop down). Close the window when your conditions have been set up to your liking.

To put this in perspective, view the example demo form Summer Camp Registration. For this form, the question “What Size of T-Shirt?” ONLY displays if the answer to the question “Do you want to purchase a Kid’s Camp T-shirt for your child?” is “Yes, Please! – $10.00”.

The “What Size of T-Shirt?” question has the following settings applied: Display field if all conditions match; Select Field: “Do you want to purchase a Kid’s Camp T-shirt for your child?”; Select Comparison: “Is greater than or equal to”; Select Value: “Yes, Please! – $10.00”.