This article will show you how to configure Form Branching by adding Conditional Logic to the form. In order to utilize the Conditional Logic feature, you need to request that it be turned on for your site.
Step 1: Add all the questions to the form like you would normally do. The 'Conditional Logic ' link will appear only when the form has one required question and one that is not required. Click on the 'Conditional Logic' link.
Step 2: Click on 'Add Condition'
Step 3: Give a name to the Condition. Name it in such a way that is easily identified by you when you want to make edits to the conditions on a later date. click on 'Add Expression'
Step 4: Click on 'Add Expression'. Select the name of the question from the ' Evaluated Question' menu and from the 'Value' menu select the answer for which you want the conditional question to show up.
Step 5: Click on 'Add Action'. Select the name of the conditional question from the 'Action Question' menu and select the required action from the 'Action' menu .
Action Options - Show= will show the question, but people are not forced to answer.
Show and Require = Will show the question and the answer is required.
Step 6: Once you are sure that you have selected the correct questions and added the correct conditional questions, click 'Save'
All the form conditions are listed when you click 'Conditional Logic' after you have hit 'Save'. You have an option to 'Edit' and 'Remove' the conditions.
Step 7: Click on 'Test Form' to test if the conditions are working.
How does the conditional logic on a form work?
Initially the form will only show the parent questions and not the conditional questions.
Select 'yes' for the parent question, the conditional question for answer value 'Yes' will show up
Select 'No', the conditional question for answer value 'No' will show up.
You can observe that based on the answer selection the conditional question varies. If you do not want any questions to show upon certain answer selections, do not include them in the conditional logic.