Utilizing for Legal Document Use
- The ability to use Yes-No Conditionals can be a helpful tool when preparing important Legal Documents.
- Yes-No Conditionals allow for the inclusion of a separate template, or additional set of questions, when the “Yes” option is selected.
- This triggered template is directly related to the Yes-No Conditional.
- Selecting the “No” option will not trigger a separate template.
Let’s look at a function of the Yes-No Conditional in a legal context
- In this example, you have configured a Yes-No Conditional for the field ‘LegalServices.’
- In addition, you need to designate a template to be triggered when this field is answered with “Yes.”
- For the “No” option, we have decided to leave it blank. Because of this, nothing will appear in the interview.
- Upon publishing and testing your interview, the potential client (in this case) will be required to answer the Yes-No Conditional.
- The potential client has the choice to either select “Yes” or “No.”
- Upon selecting “No,” no further questions will be added to the current interview.
- If the potential client answers the Yes-No Conditional with the “Yes” option, you will see a change in the interview.
- Because the client answered “Yes,” they have triggered the addition of the associated template.
- The client will now have additional questions and fields to complete, which is exactly what we want.
- Repeat this process for all Yes-No Conditionals in your legal documents.