In this example we will use a "Contact Form" with a contacting method to hide and show relevant fields based on the user's selection.
- Open the Conditional Logic rules manager from the tool panel.
- The Conditional Logic Manager will open on the right hand side of the builder.
- To add a new rule click on Add Rule
Now we can setup this new rule!
For this rule we want to have the "Contact Method" field to show the "Email" field if the Email option is selected.
- Choose the field to trigger the condition. In this case it will be the Contact Method field
- Choose the condition. In this case we need to use Equal To
- Add the value. We know that option 1 has a value called Email. So we will add "Email" into the value field (NOTE: this is case sensitive).
We now have:
IF Contact Method is Equal to the value Email
Now we can setup what happens if this IF part is true. Remember, in this example we will show the Email field when the Email option is selected from the Contact Method field
- Choose the Action. In this case we will select Show
- Choose the field that will be affected (show) by the IF trigger. In this case it will be the "Email" field. Note: the Email field is a text field so it will be found under the text fields section in the dropdown menu.
We now have:
IF Contact Method is Equal to the value Email THEN Show the text field called Email
Repeat this for the other options in the contact methof so your rules look like the graphic below.