Launches a Sub Form from the Master Form. Sub Forms are most commonly used to capture several records of data in a single form.
NOTE: A Sub-Form must be created before a Sub-Form field can be added to a main form.
|Field Label||The label displayed for the field. This is usually displayed at the top left corner above the field.|
|Field Key||A Key used to reference the field in submission data. The key is also used to reference the field in rules and calculations.|
|Sub-Form||The name of the Sub-Form that will be displayed.|
|Hint Text||The text that is displayed if the field has no value set, e.g. "Please enter a value"|
(Please see the Introduction to Rules Document for more information)
|Hide Question||Hides the Field Label.|
|Enabled||If not set the field will be visible but cannot be edited or set to accept new input.|
|Hidden||If enabled the field and all labels are not visible.|
|Allow Multiple Sub-Form Instances||More than one value can be created and submitted in the form submission.|
|Exclude Report||If checked, the field will be excluded from HTML and PDF reports and will also be excluded from Excel and CSV exports.|
|Color||Choose a theme to change the background and font colors of the field cell as displayed in the apps.|
|Configure Display Mask||A label generated from the field keys in your subform, allowing you to see contents of your choice from the subform when viewing a list of repeating subform instances.
|Data Type||Domain of Values||Example JSON|
|Array of sub-form key value property Objects||Any array that contains sub-form key value property Objects||