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Thanks Janet and Brady for the added information. I have opened the idea for voting. I will review this again and prioritise based on votes and feasibility.
My apologies, I didn't realize this idea was for Form Rules - For some reason I thought it was for the "Run If" action in the workflow designer.
I still think this would be a big improvement to current capabilities of the Form Rules though. We also have situations where a field's value should be determined by rules based on other fields that were filled by the user. If the field has more than 2 possible values, that means you need to have separate rules to account for the other possibilities. Since these all relate to the same field, it would be ideal if the rule's functionality could be expanded to account for multiple if, else if, else scenarios.
I have a Form which pulls data from SQL for an employee, there are several other fields on the form that need to be set based on values on the employee record. Like default vacation based on if they are union or not, medical insurance elective etc. So now each option has to be its own rule.
I hope that helps.
Hi Janet and Brady, apologies for delay in response. For me to be able to understand the problem and better define this need, are you able to give me an example of where this would be helpful? And what do you do now with the available condition?
To add to this, it would also be really useful if there was also "else if" functionality as well. The way I envision it working would be similar to the "Branch by Value" action. For each set of conditions (If, Else If(1), Else If(2), Else), a separate branch would appear under that action.