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Multiple requests!

  1. So I had a few Feature requests :)

    I'm working on the most complicated form I've had to use with Gravity Forms, and some stuff that I could do (if I rolled my own) I can't with Gravity Forms. So if they could be added as features in some future release, that would be cool.

    1) Conditionals that have "OR" or "AND". For example, I had a field that would ask "Yes" or "no", and a "child" field would open up on "yes" answer. The "child" field would also ask a "yes" or "no" question. If the end user answers "Yes", then a new field would open. A mixture of "yes" and "no" would do different things. The way it is now, if one condition is met (and I use "any") then the form shows when I don't want it to (i.e. the second condition isn't met).

    I could have made multiple fields, but it would have been nice to be able to set a condition for a field where "if X is "Yes" and "Y" is no, then do Z" kind of thing, and have it show/hide based on these varied conditions.

    2) Grouping checkbox areas, or enable headings within "choice" items. I had a section that had a bunch of checkboxes, but they were "categorized." I couldn't add a "category heading" (and thus apply a limit of checkboxes chosen within that group vis a support post I found), so instead I had to do separate checkboxes for each category. But the entire group needed to be limited to only 5. So far, I can only limit each category to 5, not the entire group. So either grouping, or allowing an option for a "heading" within a list of items (not making it a checkable option) would be nice. (this would work for dropdowns and multiple selects too)

    3) Being able to generate dynamic input fields. it'd be nice if there was an option to either have a "+" field on the form to dynamically generate a field, or be able to input a number within field and use jQuery to populate how many fields are indicated and still process them.

    4) I think this isn't possible, but it's worth mentioning (just in case): Not creating the user on the registration Add-On until the form has been submitted and approved by an administrator. if the admin marks the Entry as "approved", THEN the user is created with that information. I don't think that's possible, but to edit the Entry and save it would be submitting the form, so maybe...?

    Not asking for the moon, am I? :)

    Posted 10 years ago on Wednesday December 21, 2011 | Permalink
  2. peter

    (1) already possible
    (2) dunno never had to deal with this kind of stuff
    (3) already possible, check the list field! see
    (4) a dev should answer this

    Posted 10 years ago on Thursday December 22, 2011 | Permalink
  3. Sweet! Thanks! I especially thought #4 wasn't possible, since eI asked about it in the forums and was told it wasn't. I'll have tomgive these a shot then! Thanks!

    Posted 10 years ago on Thursday December 22, 2011 | Permalink