Form rules allow you to personalize a guest's registration experience using conditional logic. You can use rules to hide events or registration types depending on your guests' selections.
To set up a rule on your multi-event form, you will need to create drop down multi-event custom fields within the Primary Attendee Information section of your form. These options will be used as criteria to apply to your rule.
Setting Up a Rule
When you add a rule under the Event Registration section of your form, you will need to configure:
- Rule Type - select if you want to "Only Show" or "Hide" that event or registration type.
- Custom Field - choose the multi-event custom field that you want to base the rule criteria off of.
- Custom Field Option - specify the selection that a guest will have to make for the rule to take effect.
As an example if the rule is set up as:
"Only Show" this event if the registrant selects their "State" as "Iowa".
Any other state a guest selects will hide this event from them.
On the other hand, had the rule been set up as:
"Hide" this event if the registrant selects their "State" as "Iowa".
Any Iowan who is signing up for your events will not be able to see that particular event.
Adding Additional Options
Adding more options will apply that rule to more options. For example:
"Only Show" this event if the registrant selects their "State" as "Iowa" or "Maine".
This will show that event for both Iowans AND Mainers during registration.
Adding Additional Criteria
Adding more criteria will require guests to select multiple custom field options for a rule to take effect. For example:
"Only Show" this event if the registrant selects their "State" as "Iowa" and their "Favorite Eagles Album" as "Hotel California".
This will only display that particular event for Iowans who love the album Hotel California.