Use Conditional Logic Forms & Branching

Show and hide form fields

Conditional logic forms with branching

Use field rules to show and hide fields when certain conditions are met. Design conditional logic forms to route respondents to appropriate questions. Form branching allows you to keep only the relevant fields, based on users' input.

Conditional logic forms with branching
Create Conditional Logic Forms with Autoresponder

Send custom confirmation messages

Create Conditional Logic Forms with Autoresponder

Complex conditional form branching can be used for autoresponders as well. Create several confirmation messages and trigger them depending on the input provided by users.

Redirect to different pages

Conditional URL redirect on form completion

Last, but not least, the URL to which users are redirected after submission (if you are using this option) can be different based on their input. Redirect users to a page that provides information tailored to their specific requirements.

Conditional URL redirect on form completion