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Survey Fields - Drill Down

A Drill Down Field is used when you would like to offer multiple drop-down lists that will provide options based on the previous selection. The "Drill Down" field properties may be set once the field is clicked on.

Field Label: This property is the text placed next to the form field that describes the type of data you want visitors to input.

Options: Set the field to be "Required" or “Masked” by clicking the checkbox accordingly.

  • Required: Checking this option will force the user to fill out this field. An error message will be displayed if this field is left blank.
  • Masked Field: Replaces the field data with asterisks (*) in the submission email. This data will still be viewable in the Data Manager.

Show Field to: Set the field to be “Everyone” or "Admin Only" by selecting that radio button.

Choices: The options can be displayed in Randomized or Alphabetized order.

  • Randomize Statements: the statements will be shown in a random order every time the field is viewed.
  • Alphabetize Statements: the statements will be shown in a alphabetical order.

To upload a CSV file for the choices. Please see the example files for the csv format. The example file can be downloaded by clicking the hyperlink. To upload a choices file, you can click the “Choose File”, upload, and then save the settings.

Cell Align: You can select the field to be left, center, or right aligned by selecting from the “Cell Align” drop-down.

Instructions for User: This is an optional property that displays the text specified to your users while they’re filling out that particular field. These instructions appear below the field input box.

Field ID: This property is a unique value assigned to a specific field. It can be used in conjunction with dynamic tokens to insert entry data to customize the AutoResponder confirmation message. Note: This value is assigned after a form has been saved.

Once you set the field options, please do not forget to click "Save Form" to save your work.

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