Group Header

Group Header allows adding a heading to new sections of your form. Your form can be a lengthy one with too many fields. For better understanding, you can divide your forms by creating a Group Header and add relevant fields under it.

For example, your form can have different fields under various Group Headers like ‘Personal Information,’ ‘Professional Information,’ etc. Relevant fields can be added under a particular Group Header.

Different Properties of a Group Header:

1. Header Title

Header Title Property on the right panel will help you add a name to your Group Header.

For example, you can have a Group Header saying ‘Marketing Department’  and add relevant fields under that.

2. Visibility Conditions

Visibility Conditions is the property of a Group Header that you can use to hide the header.

You can specify a particular condition in the visibility condition. If that particular condition is not satisfied, the group header will fail to appear.

If you apply any visibility condition, it implies that the fields under that specific ‘Group Header’ will only be visible if it satisfies the condition that you have set.

Visibility condition can be set by specifying the condition - you can do that by clicking ‘condition not specified.’

For example, if you create a Group Heading for Marketing Department, you can set a visibility condition for that if the user selects ‘Yes’ for the earlier choice list ‘Are you working in the marketing department?’

This means that if the user is working in the marketing department, he/she will be able to see fields under the Marketing Department to be filled out. If they select ‘No,’ they won’t be able to see those fields.

Visibility conditions can help you control the type of input during the filling of a form by the user, and eliminate unwanted data.


3. Validity Conditions

Validity Condition in the property for Group Header is used to specify a condition.

If you set any validity condition, it implies that the Group Header will only be valid if it satisfies the condition that you have set.

It can be set by specifying the condition - you can do that by clicking ‘condition not specified.’

For example, You might create a Group Header  ‘Previous Job Details’ which will be only valid if the user chooses ‘NO’ option in the ‘Is this your first job?”

This means while filling the form if the user chooses ‘Yes’ for ‘Is this your first job?’ then his responses for the fields under ‘Previous Job Details’ will be invalid since he has never worked before.

Validity Condition in the property for Choice List is used to specify a condition.

If you set any validity condition, it implies that the choice list will only be valid if it satisfies the condition that you have set.

It can be set by specifying the condition - you can do that by clicking ‘condition not specified.’

For example, You might create a Choice List  ‘How many years of work experience?’ which will be only valid if the user chooses ‘Yes’ option in the ‘Do You Have Work Experience?”

Otherwise, it would be invalid and show an error message.

Validations can help you control the type of input during the filling of a form by the user.

You can also customize an error message that you want to display by typing the message in ‘Validity Error Message.’  This message will be displayed when the validity condition does not match with the given input.

Otherwise, it would be invalid and show an error message.

Validations can help you control the type of input during the filling of a form by the user.

You can also customize an error message that you want to display by typing the message in ‘Validity Error Message.’  This message will be displayed when the validity condition does not match with the given input.

The error message could be “This field is for people with job experience only.”

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