Can I ‘display only if’ based on more than one box in a multiple choice field?
I’ve been using ‘multiple choice’ = “1” which works for if one box is ticked but will not show when other boxes are ticked as well. I also can’t seem to use the ‘and’ to add more values
eg. Multiple choice is : A. B. C. D. E.
I want a formula I can use to diplay the field if A and C are ticked regardless of whether D is ticked too.
I hope that makes sense.
You can use the following formula for this:
chosen('Multiple choice') like "Meat" and chosen('Multiple choice') like "Fruits"
Thanks so much that’s great.
Is it then possible to link this to another multiple choice?
For example i’ve tried: (chosen('Multiple choice 1 ') like "Meat" and chosen('Multiple choice 1') like "Fruit" ) OR (chosen('Multiple choice 2 ') like "A" and chosen('Multiple Choice 2') like "B" ) But it comes up with an error.
I’ve got 3 multiple choice boxes but the field needs to be displayed only if boxes A & C are ticked but it doesn’t matter which of the 3 multiple choice boxes they are ticked in. If that makes sense
If you want to display the certain field only if any of the entries of multiple choice box 1 and 2, you can enter the following formula into the option "Display field only, if...".
'Multiple choice 1' and 'Multiple choice 2'