Configuring the Layout of SharePoint Forms Part 2: Conditional Fields
Back in June, I wrote a blog about how you can make default SharePoint forms a bit more user friendly and aesthetically pleasing using “Configure Layout” feature. For me, this is one of those life hacks that became a regular activity in your day-to-day life. Every list I create gets a configured layout form and then I decide if it needs additional functionality, like conditional fields.
Conditional fields in this case are fields that we only show to the user when they’ve provided certain information already. For my example, I’m going to modify the Travel Request form I already formatted. I added a new column for “method of travel” and included two choices: driving and flying. If the user selects flying, then the flight information fields will become visible. If they select driving, then those flight information fields remain hidden. Let’s start.Read more