When somebody enters their information into your form, you can send CONDITIONAL WEBHOOKS to Zapier or anywhere else on the internet based on the conditions that you set. Depending on how the people who submit your form answer your questions, different triggering webhooks will be sent to Zapier and Zapier will then trigger an action in any of the 2000+ programs as you determine in the Zap inside of your Zapier account.
- You can ask people if they would like to also be added to your weekly email list when they leave you a contact form and if they click “yes” you can then send a CONDITIONAL WEBHOOK to Zapier to trigger the inclusion of a name and email in the email series program that you use.
- You can send a CONDITIONAL WEBHOOK to FormStack Documents (formerly WebMerge) that will use the data entered into the form to automatically fill out a document.
- You can add a contact in Clio.
- You can add a Loop in DotLoop.
- The list goes on. There is no limit to the number of CONDITIONAL WEBHOOKS that you can send.
We are looking at adding Rackspace’s Microsoft365 Business Partner Reseller Package to our upgraded subscription. It will probably take a few months to set everything up, but this could be just the thing we can provide that will help you beyond belief.
We are making Conditional Webhooks shortly and then finishing our automatic document selection and completion utility.
We are making our WordPress setup automatic using WHMCS and upping our SiteLock to the Channel Team with SiteLock so that will be automatic too.
Then we are finishing adding the CRM, Auto-Email.
After all of that we are finishing our Single Sign-On then our RetainerCrypto.Online Crypto Utility Token.
These Addons are all FREE! We are working on making a set of Instructions for the Addons. They are 100% FREE! We are working on adding a CRM and an Automatic Email Series Functionality which are going to be a part of the $5 Monthly Subscription because you will be required to connect the Email Functionality to an outside SMTP (we recommend SendGrid.com) which will cost around $10-$15 Monthly, but it is a normal thing to need in the world of online integration. After a while we are planning on making the same Email Functionality a part of what will become our $35 Monthly Subscription but with the additional option of using our PowerMTA Server so that you do not need an SMTP Server Subscription. We will keep you posted as we make progress.
1. If you have a checkbox that you want checked so that people filling out your form, you have to uncheck to deselect it rather than check it to select it, type the following:
Right after the selection in the checkbox just like the illustration below.
2. Then in the field that you want shown if somebody leaves the checkbox checked, click required so that we can then go to the conditional logic to show you how to properly conditionally disable and enable the required field.
3. Check to disable the field in the add action when the checkbox is not checked. then make sure to make a second rule (at the very bottom) that hides the field is the checkbox is not checked. This way you do not set the field to be required and when it is hidden have a form that cannot be submitted because there is a hidden yet still required field. fun, fun, fun.
Link to the form so you can see the disabled element be required and enabled when selected and shown.
1. Made a simple contact form with 3 fields we do not need to show unless the answer to the previous question indicates that the person filling out the form has one or more of the following: phone number, website or Facebook.
2. So then we save the form and click the 3rd option at the bottom so that you can use the Form Manager to set the conditional logic rules.
3. In the Form Manager click actions and conditional rules.
4. Then click add rule, condition and action 3 times or however many times you need to set as many rules as you want. These are simple rules for showing a text field question if the person has indicated in the check box that they have any of the following: phone, website, Facebook. Simple.
The link to this form is: https://docupletionforms.com/formbuilder/forms/example-conditional-logic-form
Hope this helps. – James