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Adding Form Rules

This feature assists the creator of the form to create rules to save the user time from filling out unnecessary questions that doesn’t apply to them.

  1. Select the form you are trying to create the rules.
  2. Legacy Wufoo Format: Hover your mouse over “Edit” from the options listed and click “Add Rules”. 
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    New Wufoo Format: Hover your mouse over the form of your choosing. Click on the three dotted symbol labeled "More" from the symbols shown and click "Form Rules" from the options listed.

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  4. Use field rules to create a scenario for certain field to skip to another question once they answer a question a certain way
    • Select “Field rules

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    • Select “Create a field rule
    • In the “If” drop down menu, choose the question that you need to create the rule for
    • In the “Is” drop down menu, you can change it to other conditions (i.e if the answer IS NOT yes then a certain question)

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    • The example above shows that is they answered “no” to the first question then the second question will be hidden.
    • You can add more than one rule

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    • Click on save field rules
  5. Use the page rules to allow users to skip pages if they answered a certain question a certain way
    • Select “Page Rules"

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    • Select “Create a Page rule
    • Select the question and the condition from the dropdown menus

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    • Add the restriction in the empty field
    • If you have more than one page, you can skip to next page or confirmation page
    • You can add more than one rule

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    • Click on save page rules
  6. Use the form rules to redirect the user to a page or email or show message after they answered a question a certain way
  • Select “Form rules

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  • Select “Create a form rule
  • Select the question and the condition from the dropdown menus
  • Add the restriction in the empty field that will trigger the rule
  • You can either show them a message once they answer the question, redirect them to another website or send them an email

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  • In the example above, if they answered the question with No then they don’t have to fill out the rest of the form and they get directed to a message.
  • You can add more than one rule to the form or delete existing ones

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  • Click on save page rules