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How to Add Conditional Questions on Forms?
How to Add Conditional Questions on Forms?

Adding a conditional question to your form Making certain sections/form question(s) appear based on the user's answers

Sarita Markande avatar
Written by Sarita Markande
Updated over a week ago

Conditional fields are extra questions that only show up based on a specific answer to an earlier questions. Such form questions are mainly used when conducting a survey, quizzes/competition, or even a simple application form to make it more relevant for the user.

Conditional Question on Almabase Forms

Here's how to make a form question conditional

Pre-requisite: Make sure you have at least one question that is a single select field saved on the form.

Step 1:

Turn ON the toggle "Mark this field conditional."

Step 2:

Select the form question based on which field you added will appear.

In the screenshot, the dropdown field "What membership type are you applying for?" is the chosen question.

NOTE: Only single select fields, like drop-downs and radio button type fields, can be chosen here.

Step 3:

Choose the answer(s) to the question selected above based on which the field will appear.

In the screenshot, the answer selected is "Associate." When someone chooses "Associate" as their membership type, the question to "Upload their school identification card" will be shown.

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