Migrated from legacy feedback forum with 169 votes.
I'd like to have more than 1 level in the dependent fields in forms.
Afraid not @joshtaylor, I'm no longer part of the team working on the Forms product but tagging in @DomRychlik who may be able to confirm for you.
Me too! Formstack can do it, so why can't HubSpot?
Yes, we need more than one level of dependent fields. It will definitely make things easier.
Also, allow for multiple dependent fields to share a row "split two/three". It currently looks so visually displeasing becuase the field in question might be short, making hte form look so imbalanced.
I'd also like to have the option to add dependency to an already dependent field.
I have the field "Puesto" and if the answer is "Director de área", the field "Área de trabajo" appears. But in the field "Área de trabajo" I have the option of "Other" and then I'd like the person to specify, but there's no way to make a dependent field again.
Just spoke to a customer who would also like to see:
[If answer is A]
[If answer is B]
at this time it's not possible to make a field required as one dependency but not required as another dependency
I also really would like to see this feature enabled.
What I need is this.
Question 1. Will you attend this conference? (radial yes or no) If yes, lead to
Question 2. Would you like to present? (radial yes or no) If yes, lead to
Question 3. What would you like to present on? (single or multiple line text)
Any word on this? Would also like to use multiple nested dependent fields in a form.
We also have a need for this. We are currently having to combine fields into on Contact Property and have an internal script separate the two data values to import into our database. It would be very helpful to have multiple tiered logic within the forms. We have moved to Formstack for several of our forms for this functionality.
I'd like to have multiple dependency options for more than just one contact.
I would like this as well.
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