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Logictry for Conditional Forms

Hi, and welcome to a brief intro on the Logictry platform and how it can be used to create very complex conditional forms faster and more easily than ever before.

And the reason that you might want to create these conditional forms is to build more custom personalized intake forms. Or you might want to use it internally as a sales playbook compliance workflow, a customer support tool. There's many different ways that you can apply this technology. And so let's look at one way this has been applied with a company like Athleta. They have event planners that are given a 500 page PDF binder with all the training information they could need to plan an event. But now they have to apply it and figure that out. So what we've done is taken that information and digitalize it into this interactive playbook for how to plan the event. So now they can say okay, I have five different things I have to consider. As I think about logistics I've got to consider date and time and location as I consider location. Here's my first question. Where is this event? And this is the first point of the interactivity and conditional logic that if you pick off site, well, you now need to think about venue and space rental fees, or What does space rental fees mean? And then you have real time information, helpful information to make decisions. And as you answer, you keep traversing down with being asked just the questions that are relevant to you. And if we had have gone the other route of in the store, a completely different set of questions would have been asked. And so this ability to create this faster and easier than ever before is what we do. And so what we'll do now in the second half of this video, is we're going to recreate just a little bit of this, this entire tree here. So I'll skip over here and create a new blank app. And underneath I'm going to put a category and we have our five logistics activity partners. I'll just put a couple of these

and then, underneath logistics, we will put date and time as well. As location. And then under location. The first question we have is where is the event? So add our question, where is the event? Is it going to be off site or in the store and if it's off site, we will now ask about the venue and we'll ask about space rental fees and then we'll have no and yes as answer choices for that. And then if it's in the store we'll ask a different question of which store and we'll add one more layer to this if they pick yes of space rental fees. Then we'll ask about using a purchase card. So add one more question here of using a purchase card and no or yes. So this so far, let's preview it. And we can see here. This is what it would look like to the end user now. When they think about logistics, location, where is the event? If they pick off site, it asks about venue space rental fees, if they pick Yes, using the purchase card or if it's in the store, then it asks about which store. Now this is just a very quick introduction, the amount of things that we can add beyond this. There's a lot of things we can have all of this auto populate directly from your database with a drop down. We can add way more complexities and conditionality to this. We're just scratching the surface in this video. So thank you, I appreciate your time. And if if you have any more questions, we have additional videos they get much more into the weeds of how to create highly complex conditional logic

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