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  • Juan Londono 4 posts 83 karma points
    Nov 24, 2020 @ 10:46
    Juan Londono
    0

    Triage questionnaire

    we were wondering if it's possible to have a type of questionnaire in the form of triage with dropdownlists, so depending on the question you select from the first dropdownlist you will see a new dropdown list with new questions, and once you select a new question , a new dropdownlist is displayed with a new set of questions; after 4 iterations the end user will see a final answer; it’s important to mention that the options that you see on the dropdownlist depends on the previous selection; you could see it’s filtered based on the previous selection Thanks

  • Nicholas Westby 1987 posts 6800 karma points c-trib
    Nov 25, 2020 @ 21:19
    Nicholas Westby
    100

    This is not something that is built into Formulate, but it is something you can implement in combination with Formulate. Here's how I imagine that working.

    First, create your fields and assign categories to them, such as in this example:

    Formulate Field in Umbraco Back Office

    You can see the "Question 2" category is selected. This renders like this:

    Formulate Form Rendered with Field that Has Category

    You can see the drop down has a data-category="Question 2" data attribute attached to it. You can use that attribute to target the drop down with JavaScript (e.g., document.querySelector('[data-category="Question 2"]')).

    Once you have those fields stored to variables, you can attach event handlers and change the options in each drop down. That'd be something like this:

    question1.addEventListener('change', function () {
        showAndUpdateQuestion2Options();
    });
    question2.addEventListener('change', function () {
        showAndUpdateQuestion3Options();
    });
    // ...And so on...
    finalQuestion.addEventListener('change', function () {
        showFinalAnswer();
    });
    function showAndUpdateQuestion2Options() {
        let newOption = document.createElement('option');
        newOption.text = 'New Option';
        newOption.value = 'new-option';
        question2.add(newOption);
        question2.classList.add('visible');
    }
    

    Consider that pseudo code, as I haven't tested any of it. I'm sure you can revise it according to your needs (e.g., make the dynamic values CMS-editable).

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