After you have added fields to a new form, you can apply conditions to hide or display fields based on a users response to other fields. It is best practice to hide fields that are not relevant to the current state of the form. For example, if a user indicates that they will not be attending Saturday classes - they should not be asked which classes they would like to attend on Saturday.
In the following example, if a user clicks Yes - they do use closed captions due to a hearing impairment - the form will refresh to display a Check Box field asking them an additional question.
How to Apply Conditions to Form Fields
Create and Save the fields in the Form Fields screen. The example below displays a Yes/No Field 1 and a Check Box Field 2 .
On the Form Design screen, click the Conditions link.
In the section for the Yes/No field "Do you use closed captions..." drag the button representing the Check Box field "I would be willing to receive additional..." to the Yes show: window
After applying this condition, the form will display a 'hidden on load' icon on the Checkbox field on the Form Design screen.