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Multiple layers of hiding in Nintex Forms

Question asked by goodplans4us on Jun 1, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 16, 2017 by goodplans4us



I have a job request form that has several panels of questions hidden based on the answer to the initial question about what type of job the request is. One of the categories needs the questions to show up but we need an additional layer of validation before it shows up. Right now, if someone selects "Health Promotion" the questions for the job pop up appropriately. However it is possible that the business owner is still not supposed to submit their request to our team. Therefore I have a message that pops up telling them if they should or should not submit the request to us. However, since the questions are below my note, the concern is that they could bypass my message (even if it is in red and bold) and continue to submit the form. I think I need to add some sort of an if statement to the below rule but I don't know how to word it.

This is the formula that I am using to hide the set the set of question until the business owner selects an answer and only if the answer is any 5 of the 6 categories (all but provider).


Health Promotion is one of the 5 allowable categories. If I need to create a separate rule for the extra layer of validation for Health Promotion (Are you on the Health Promotion team?) I can do that, but, I can't get it work seperately without makign the whole form hidden. Here's my rough stab at enhancing my current formula (which obviously didn't work):

or(isNullOrEmpty(ProjectJobCategory),equals(ProjectJobCategory,"Provider"), ProjectJobCategory, "Health Promotion" and Are you a part of the Health Promotion Team?, "yes")