Last Updated: February 09, 2021

Before we can configure the condition feature, the first requirement is to have at least a column in the form builder. But for this example, we added two columns with Text Field element: Leave Type and Destination. Now that the first requirement is set, let us begin configuring the condition by following the steps below:

Step 1: Click on Destination column. A pop-up will appear for the configuration properties of the column. Take note that it is always up to you which columns you want to configure first, depending on the form you are going to create.
Step 2: Go to the Conditions tab and click on Add Condition.
Step 3: Configure the following fields:

Control: This contains the fields from your form builder where the condition will depend from. For this, let us select the Leave Type column.
Condition: This is composed of the following: Equal to, Not equal to, Greater than, Less than, Greater than or equal to, Less than or equal to. For this, let us use Equal to.
Origin: Contains From Form and Input parameters. From form lets a user select from the form field controls while Input lets a user define a specific value. For this, let us select Input with a value of Vacation Leave.

The configuration we made indicates that the value that must be entered in the Leave Type field should be Vacation Leave.

Save your work and let's check out its form preview. You will notice that the Destination field did not appear in the form. However when you type Vacation Leave in the Leave Type field (as this is the value you set in the input), only then that the Destination field will appear.

Take note that in a single column, you can always add another set of condition for as many as you like, and use different controls in each condition. As long as these conditions are met, then this field will be shown.

Overview: Condition and Validation
Configuring a Validation

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