Use Required If Any if you have a field that is only required if another field is selected/checked.
A common example is on the disclosure document: let's say your board lists possible water supplies and one of those options is "Other." If the client selects "Other," you want them to enter additional information - what is the other?
Step 1: Make sure you know the name of the field that will trigger the requirement.
- In this example, if the client checks the box next to "Other," the textbox next to other is required.
- So click the checkbox next to Other and take note of the field name in the bottom right corner.
Step 2: Now, click the item that is required once the checkbox is filled out. In this case, it's the textbox next to Other.
- On the right side, check Required If
- Check any are selected
- In the dropdown, select the field name that triggers the requirement. In this case, it's the checkbox named "Other."
That's it! You're done. Now, when a customer checks the box next to "Other" for Water Supply, they will need to enter a description in the text box next to "Other."