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How to use “else” condition in logic


How can I make my form respond differently based on choices or dates?


You can achieve this using the ’else’ condition, which allows you to add additional steps to your logic.

else condition

What is an ’else’ condition in form logic? It’s like a backup plan. If the initial ‘If’ condition doesn’t work as expected, the ’else’ condition ensures things still proceed according to respondent’s preferences.

Use “else” condition

The following steps guide you on how to use the ’else’ condition in your form logic to create dynamic and responsive forms.

For example, if you’re creating a registration form for an event with an early-bird discount, you can set it up so that if someone registers before 10/01/2023, the form will automatically calculate and display a fee of $100. But if it’s after that date, it will show a fee of $120.

  1. Add the fields:

    • First, add a Text field (‘Registration Date’) and set its text type as Date.

      Add Date field

    • Next, add another Text field (‘Registration Fee’) and set its text type as Numbers.

      Add Numbers field

    Make sure to set ‘Registration Fee’ to Read-only to prevent respondents from editing the price.

  2. Apply the logics:

    Set value logic

    • Set the condition: If “Registration Date” <= less than and equal to 10/01/2023.
    • Define the actions:
      • If the condition is met (before the early-bird deadline), set the value of ‘Registration Fee’ to ‘$100’.
      • If the condition is not met (after the early-bird deadline), set the value of ‘Registration Fee’ to ‘$120’.


If the ‘Registration Date’ is before 10/01/2023, the ‘Registration Fee’ is set to $100, otherwise, it’s $120, creating flexible and user-friendly forms.

Set value preview

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