Are you using a basic contact form to handle all visitor requests? What if you could:
- ask an advertiser to input their budget
- notify guest bloggers you’re not accepting outside posts
- direct customers to your documentation
And do all of this before they even contact you? With conditional logic in Gravity Forms, this is a cake walk.
We use conditional logic in our contact form to show different fields to different people based on why they’re contacting us, and Gravity Forms even lets us route the submissions to separate email addresses.
So, you agree it’s awesome? Then you’ll love the video we’ve got today…
How to Use Conditional Logic with Gravity Forms
Below is an exclusive video from Ian Anderson’s brand new Learn Gravity Forms course.
In this video you’ll learn:
- Why/When to use conditional logic
- How to apply conditional logic to fields
- How to show/hide multiple fields at once
Lesson 13: Conditional Logic
This is just one video from Ian’s brand new 25-part video course on Gravity Forms. Along with this exclusive video, he’s kindly offered our readers a special 25% discount on the course. You can visit here to get the discount.
Conditional logic can simplify any complicated form, and create a polished experience for your visitors. Whether you have long employment applications or relatively simple contact forms on your site, conditional logic can help both you and your visitors.
If you have any questions about the video or conditional logic, let us know in the comments below.