A common scenario is for there to be a variable number of items about which we want to ask a question. For example, I have four installers who are visiting 215 sites and installing equipment there. At each site there is a variable number of items to be installed. I want to use ProntoForms as a checklist for my installers to record that each item to be installed is intact.
For example, at Site A there are 4 Lecterns to be installed, and at site B there are 6.
On page 1 of my form I can select which site I am installing at. But then, on page 2, I'd like there to be 4 questions (one for each of my four items) if I select site A, but 6 questions if I select site B.
In another example, an employee may make a variable number of expense claims in a single form. This week he may have 5 items to claim, but next week he may have 10 items.
At the moment, Pronto assumes that every use of a form has the same number of questions (excepting the ability to skip a page). The only way to achieve the desired result is to include the maximum number of questions that might ever be asked. So in my example above, there always have to be 6 questions, even when this site only has 3 or 4 items to be installed. The ability to adapt the number if questions to different scenarios would be very useful.
I'd also appreciate the change that other users have proposed, that we can enable or disable questions based on earlier answers. For example, the question "Explain how this item is damaged" is only relevant if the checkbox "Item damaged" is ticked. I'd like to disable or hide questions that are not relevant.
Thanks for listening.