TutorialQuick overview of Gravity Forms Conditional Logic rules

A very powerful feature in Gravity Forms is Conditional Logic. With Conditional Logic you can show or hide fields based on selected values or input in the Form. When you’re working with a lot of Conditional Logic rules in your form it can be a challenge to keep an overview. Our Merge Tags Add-on for Gravity Forms has a Conditional Logic Tab which creates a quick overview of all the rules in your form.

Conditional Logic overview

Just install and activate the Add-on and go to one of your Gravity Forms and click on ‘Merge Tags’ in the navbar above the Form editor. Click on the ‘Conditional Logic’ Tab and you’ll see this handy summary of all your Gravity Forms Conditional Logic rules.

Screenshot of Conditional Logic Tab in GravityWP - Merge Tags with an overview of rules.
Screenshot of Conditional Logic Tab in GravityWP – Merge Tags with an overview of rules.

Fields with active conditional logic rules

The first overview shows you all the Fields that have Conditional Logic enabled on the field itself. It shows:

  • Field ID
  • Field Label
  • Admin Label
  • Show / Hide: if this conditional logic rule makes the field show or hide.
  • Match: if the conditional logic should trigger on any or all rules.
  • Rules: List of the configured conditional logic rules that apply for that Field.
Screenshot of overview of Gravity Forms Fields with Conditional Logic enabled and which rules apply.
Screenshot of overview of Gravity Forms Fields with Conditional Logic enabled and which rules apply.

Fields used in conditional logic rules

The second overview show the fields that are being used inside conditional logic rules. It shows:

  • Field ID
  • Field Label
  • Admin Label
  • Used in conditional logic of field with ID: Shows which fields make use of this field inside their Conditional Logic rules.
Screenshot of overview of Fields that are being used inside Gravity Forms conditional logic rules of the selected form.
Screenshot of overview of Fields that are being used inside Gravity Forms conditional logic rules of the selected form.

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