I have a dropdown in my form that pulls from another list, and if you choose any item other than "Headset" from the dropdown, I want another field to be hidden. So if you do choose "Headset", the other field should appear.
Sounds easy, right? I can't get it to work. I'm using Nintex for O365 and have no other forms in place on my form, so it's not an issue of conflicting rules.
I've tried using not(inArray(Item, "Headset")), as well as Item!="Headset"
Both rules hide the field all the time, never showing it when "Headset" is selected as the option.
I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong, though I'm sure it's something simple I'm overlooking. Any help would be appreciated!!
Great question and yes it should be working. Here is the formula you want to use and the steps to get this functional in your form.
I hit preview and it worked... Hope that helps
It may help if you put the lookup control name inside a parseLookup() function which will strip out the lookup control's #mark and ID No from the lookup list. Then your comparisons functions should start to work: