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In the realm of efficient data collection, conditional logic is a game-changing tool that allows you to streamline forms, automate data collection, and provide a tailored experience for users. As the name suggests, conditional logic empowers you to serve up questions, pages, or actions based on predefined conditions that you choose. In this guide, we'll explore how to leverage conditional logic effectively with Smart Jira Forms, unlocking its potential to revolutionize your data collection and approval workflows.
Conditional logic enables you to make dynamic decisions within your forms and workflows. It's akin to the decision-making process we encounter in our everyday lives. For instance, if a key stakeholder can't provide input on a critical decision, we adapt our timeline or delegate the decision to another responsible party. Similarly, when managing an orientation program for summer interns, we customize the training materials to suit the specific needs of the departments in which they'll be working. Conditional logic brings this adaptability and decision-making prowess to your forms and workflows.
The benefits of incorporating conditional logic into your forms and workflows are manifold:
Practical Applications of Conditional Logic
Now, let's explore some practical applications of conditional logic in Smart Jira Forms
User Experience Customization: Customize the user experience based on the user's role or department. In a task assignment form, you can show different options or fields depending on whether the user is a manager or an individual contributor. Managers might see fields for assigning tasks to team members, while individual contributors might only see fields for self-assignment.
Viewing Form Logic in Your Form
Once you've set up form logic, you can easily visualize it within your form: