In this blog, you will see how to use a page-level variable to switch the dynamic layouts attached to a dynamic form. This lets you tailor the content the user sees—as well as the actions and interactions the user has access to—based on the user’s context. If you are new to dynamic components check out this intro.
Dynamic components use rules that you define to decide which UI elements to show and how to show them. By adding a page-level variable to a dynamic component’s context, you can conditionally show fields and elements in the layouts attached to the component.
For example, suppose you want to set up two profiles:
· Internal Profile – which is visible to internal employees within the organization. This layout includes the fields Name, Phone Number, Email, Details about internal training, Skills, and Internal feedback.
· External Profile – which is visible to people outside the organization. In this layout, we want to show the fields Name, Phone Number, Email, Skills, and Recommendations.
Check out this video to see how to create a dynamic form that displays a different layout depending on the component’s context, which is tied to a page-level variable. Read the complete article here.
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