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Proforma Form Lite : How to create nested condition logic ?


We would like to have a conditonal logic base on 2 drop down questions.

So we Installed Proforma Form Lite.

I've ran thru this documentation but i just couldn't get to the 2nd part on nested conditional logic which i need to understand. the tutorial wasn't really clear how to get there.


2 conditions were created after one an other but it does not seems to be correct



in the above screenshot, i want the next question to appear only after check Entity=A and Check Services=C then it will show the next question.

However, in my scenario, the next question will appear after the check services=C was selected, totally ignore whats in "Check Entity"

Why is this so? Please assist.

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Hi @Tian Hong Tok 👋

Here's a video of how you could create that kind of logic:

As noted in the video, you might be looking for something more complex than what I've shown. If that's the case, reply here and I'll see if we can help.

Hi Peter,

I am looking for the more complicated nested logic.



Check Entity 

1. A

2. B

3. Z


Check Services

1. C

2. D

3. E


Conditional logic starts here

If A+C

question on select your Database

- the options here only consist of database listing belonging to Entity A


If B+C

question on on select your Database

- The options ere only consist of database listing belonging to Entity B


If Z+C

question on select your Database

- the options here only consist of database listing belonging to Entity A


Now, lets just talk about A+C scenario first, created 2 condition 1 after another and it does not behalf like it. This is the link to the video recorded on this trial n error



thanks to help further.

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Thanks for clarifying @Tian Hong Tok - sorry to leave you hanging for a while. I was out of the office last week.

I understand what you're trying to do. You've run into a limitation of the form builder in that conditional logic is based on the answer to one question only - it's not possible to select multiple conditional criteria.

Put differently, the conditional logic supports simple IF/THEN statements. It's not currently possible to use AND/OR statements. 

I wish I had better news for you. 

Hi Peter,

That means that the PRO version of performa form also had this limitations right ?

@Tian Hong Tok - yes, that's correct. 

Thank you for looking into this.

Have a good day.



Tok Tian Hong.

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