You can show and hide one part (a field or a section) of a form based on selections your submitter makes in another part of the form. In other words, you may wish to hide a text field on a form unless the submitter gives a certain answer in a previous question.
While the ability to limit visibility is available on most fields, we've selected one example below, so you can see how it works. Feel free to try other options as well.
Multiple Choice Field
1. Drag and drop the Multiple Choice field into the center panel of your form. (See Form Builder - Gadget Definitions.)
2. Give it a Gadget Label/Question of "Are you traveling outside the U.S. or Canada?"
3. Enter two options: Yes and No under "Options" in the Configuration panel.
Country Picker Field
Hint: This is the field that will only show when "yes" is selected from the radio button field.
4. Drag and drop the Country Picker field into the center panel of your form.(See Form Builder - Gadget Definitions.)
5. In the Gadget Label/Question box, type: "International Destination."
6. Click the toggle switch next to Limit visibility based on other gadgets to expose the rule dropdowns.
7. In the dropdown that appears, select the "Are you traveling outside the U.S. or Canada?" option.
8. In the next dropdown, select "Is."
9. In the last dropdown, select "Yes."
Hint: This means: If the end user selects "yes," to the question "Are you traveling outside the U.S. or Canada?," then the "International Destination" field will appear.
10. You may need to add additional Conditional Visibility rules to your settings. If this is the case, click + Add visibility rule just below your first rule.
11. From the drop down that appears you can select another field or the same field you selected for the first rule. Create another rule.
12. Once the additional rules have been created, you can then choose how the system interacts with multiple rules. Listed above the conditional rules is a dropdown that allows you to apply the rules if any or all of the following are true.