In Lawcus, conditional logic empowers you to create smarter online forms that adapt to each client's needs. By utilizing conditional logic, you can customize the questions based on specific criteria, resulting in a more efficient form-filling process. This article serves as a concise guide on effectively implementing conditional logic in Lawcus forms, enabling you to gather relevant information and provide a seamless experience for your clients.
Deploying Conditional Logic on Questions
Using Conditional Logic on Forms:
Go to the Automation section and select "Intake Form" to access the Form Builder.
Click "Add new form" in the Form Builder, and provide a title for the form.
Use the "Add" button to include questions, ensuring to choose the question type is "Single Choice" for conditional logic.
Locate the desired question, choose "Show/Hide questions" from the menu, and configure the visibility of subsequent questions based on the answer.
Select the answer option and check the checkbox for the next question that should appear based on the answer.
Click "Save" to finalize the conditional logic settings.
Deploying Conditional Logic on Pages
To use conditional logic in hiding or revealing a page:
Organize questions effectively by creating multiple pages in the Form Builder.
Navigate to the desired question, select "Go to page based on answers" from the menu, and configure the visibility of subsequent pages based on the answer.
Select the answer option and check the checkbox for the next page that should be revealed based on the answer.
Click "Update" to save the conditional logic settings for the form.
Conditional logic empowers you to create personalized and efficient form experiences in Lawcus. You can streamline the form-filling process and improve client satisfaction by eliminating irrelevant questions and displaying follow-up questions or pages based on specific answers. Start using conditional logic today to enhance your legal forms in Lawcus.