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Did you know that you can use the number of selected products in conditional logic? You can!
When configuring any conditional logic (question visibility, email logic, etc.), first select a Product question. If that question allows the user to select more than one product, more options will automatically appear in the same dropdown menu. You can then choose to base the logic on the quantity for a specific product, or the total quantity across all products in this field.
After selecting the desired quantity, you can continue and set up the logic like you would any other rule.
This comes in handy for lots of use-cases like:
For a more in-depth guide, let's say we're using a field on our form to sell some brand merchandise.
When the submitter chooses "T-Shirt," we want to off a few different customization options for each of the tees that they order.
"More than 0" simply means that the content in this section will only be used when there is at least one T-shirt selected.