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    Nathan H

    (edited for correction) Yes. You can do it with a checkbox field or a multiple choice field in the checkbox style - either way works.

    You can add a checkbox field or a multiple choice field with the checkbox style and one or more choices, and then add the field you want to conditionally show and go to Field Conditions.  Choose the screen, field, and value that you want to trigger the field you want to conditionally show.

    Example:

    I added a multiple choice field with one choice called Yes:

    Then I added a short text field called show if yes

    and set it to show if the checkbox was checked

    ...

    Checkbox example:

    I added a checkbox field

    then I added a short text field called show if checked

    and set it to conditionally show if the checkbox is checked

     

    Either way works.

     

    I hope that helps.

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    Matt McPheeters

    You can also use a checkbox for conditions.  These fields return values of TRUE and FALSE.  Simply set your Condition to the checkbox and the Condition Value as either TRUE or FALSE.  I use all caps, but not sure if that's required.

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