Conditional Fields will allow you to show/hide secondary fields on a form depending on what customers enter in certain fields on that form.
For example, you might have a field asking, "Would you like a jersey?". If a customer answers "Yes" then there would be an additional field that appears which would be asking "Shirt size?". If the customer answered "no", then the conditional field would remain hidden.
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You will create multiple fields that will be attached to one another based on the questions you are asking the customer.
- Create the field which will be hidden or appear based on the customer's answer to the first question. (This will eventually be added as a "Conditional Field")
- Once that field is created you may then create a field that you wish to add to the first field you created as a "conditional field".
You may also add conditional fields to pre-existing forms/fields. To do this all you need to do is edit the field, and select "Add Condition" in the bottom-left corner of the field creator.
However, whatever field you are adding as a Conditional Field must already be created to attach it.
See it in Action
For this example, I will be giving out free jerseys to customers who register for a team. I am going to be asking customers "Would you like a jersey?", with a conditional field asking "Shirt size?" if they answer "Yes" to that question.
- First of all, create what will be your "conditional field", which asks the shirt size of the customer.
- Next you will create the primary field which you will attach the conditional field to.
- You will find the "Add Condition" button near the bottom-left corner of the field creator. This is where you will select the answer that triggers the conditional field to show up, as well as what field/form you wish to appear when that answer is selected.