Can I ‘display only if’ based on more than one box in a multiple choice field?

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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. 

Ninox Profile

Hi, 

You can use the following formula for this: 

 

chosen('Multiple choice') like "Meat" and chosen('Multiple choice') like "Fruits"

 

Best, Jörg

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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 

Thanks

Ninox Profile

Hi, 

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'

 

Best, Jörg

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