Each field rule can have multiple conditions and multiple results. By setting up a single rule that affects multiple fields instead of repeating that rule for each affected field, you save a lot of time.
The first half of the rule represents the condition. The second half of the rule represents the result.
Check the fields that you want or use the option Check all to select all fields. Click Finished and you’re done.
All fields may be used within rules, including languages for multiple language forms, or even form buttons (Submit, Calculate, Next Page). Include any field on your form and set the rules you want to it, according to your needs. Feel free to build the rules you need to your form and make it look as professional as you want.
Too many form fields could decrease the conversion of your online form. Having field rules set in the right way could avoid this problem by giving your form users a dynamic form to submit. Field rules are the perfect solution for complex order forms, photo contest forms, event registration forms, and many more.
Some options would be irrelevant for your form users to view if they have selected others instead. Take for example a food delivery order form. If a customer selects macaroni and cheese, two radio buttons will appear under the field with the options ‘more macaroni’ and ‘more cheese’. If the same customer selects another menu, then the two options will no longer be displayed on the form. Less content might just prove to be more engaging.