- Using Multi-Choice Conditionals can often become necessary, when crafting important Legal Documents.
- Multi-Choice Conditionals allow for the use of many templates associated with different selections of one question.
- A Multi-Choice Conditional is displayed as a Radio Field in the interview.
- Each possibility in the Radio Field may have a unique template attached that is triggered when that choice is selected.
- The use of Multi-Choice Conditionals can add flexibility and usability to your legal documents.
- First, we need to create a field tag for our Multi-Choice Conditional in the interview template, then configure it.
- In this example, our Multi-Choice Conditional field is titled “LiquidationOptions.”
- We’ll change the Type to ‘Multi-Choice Conditional’ and, using the ‘Add’ button on the lower right, we will designate our options.
- To the right of the ‘Options’ column, you will see the ‘Associated Template’ column.
- Click on the Associated Template field in the row corresponding to the Option to show a drop-down menu.
- This drop-down menu will display all available templates within your instance of draftonce.
- Choose the template that applies to that option.
- In this example, you can see the Multi-Choice Conditional ‘LiquidationOptions.’
- The three different options appear as Radio Fields, as the user can select only one option.
- When an option is selected by the client, the fields within that template are shown below.
- The client has the ability to change their selection, which will trigger a different template to appear in the interview.