Conditions are an easy way to simplify an application for applicants and community employees alike.  By using conditions, you can control which form sections and/or fields display for the applicant to complete. When you include a condition on a field or section, that specific form or section will only appear if the condition(s) is met!

The following types of form fields can be utilized for conditions:

  • Number: A condition can apply if [Numerical form field entry} is either equal, less than, greater than, less than or equal to, greater than or equal to a certain number; or if [Numerical form field entry] is within a range between 2 numbers.
  • Drop-down: A condition can apply if a specific selection is chosen from a drop-down menu form field.
  • Checkbox: A condition can be set to apply as follows: If [form field entry] is "True," the applicant checked the checkbox; If [form field entry] is "False," the applicant did not check the checkbox.

Please Note: Long text, short text, help text, social security number, employer ID number, digital signature, and date form fields cannot conditionally apply to another form field's conditions .

To Add a Condition to a Form Field:

  1. Click on the field to edit it (or click Add a New Field to create a new one)
  2. On the right, click on Add Condition.
  3. Select "Match 'Any' or 'All' Conditions" from the "Only Show When" drop down menu.
    Note: The default is All.
  4. Use the drop down menu to select the field that you'd like to use for the condition.
    Note: only Number, Drop-down, and Checkbox fields are available.
  5. Once you've added the condition, click Save.
  6. Click Done to save your changes to the field.

To Add a Condition to a Form Section:

  1. Click on the section to edit it (or click on Add a New Section to create a new one)
  2. On the right, click on Add Condition.
  3. Use the drop down menu to select the field(s) that you'd like to use for the condition.
  4. Once you've added the condition, click Save.
  5. Click Done to save your changes to the section.
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