Conditional forms on ideas portal

Since I have more than one idea category, I have custom fields that are associated and useful for specific categories of ideas. Currently I need to put all of them on the input form and display layout for all ideas. This makes the form unnecessarily complicated, overwhelming and leads to confusion. I would like to be able to use conditional logic to display specific fields based on idea category or some other field. 

I would also like to be able to have a different version of the ideas portal for internal stakeholders vs. external users and customers; the latter group should have a much simpler view. So I would like to display certain fields based on user type, or better yet use different portals where I can expose a different set of custom fields in the layout.

  • Jonathan Berg
  • Dec 12 2017
  • Future consideration
Release time frame
  • Dec 20, 2017

    Admin Response

    Thank you for your idea. This is not currently planned on our roadmap but we will continue to monitor customer feedback here.

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  • Adam Feldman commented
    December 13, 2017 21:30

    See also APP-I-3170

  • Ron LeClair commented
    March 7, 2018 18:29

    Agree with this need 100%.   We also have multiple idea categories that require different custom fields.   It seems the segregation is almost there.   I can create separate portals but cannot have different entry forms or different custom fields display based on the category or the portal that I am in.

  • C Gordon commented
    March 26, 2018 18:32

    Agreed, we are starting with an ideas portal for internal users (pre-sales, sales, consultants, customer service) and we want to gather different information from internal user than from customers (once we roll-out the customer-facing ideas portal).

  • Ryan Matthews commented
    June 8, 2018 16:30

    I agree. This is something we would also benefit from and is becoming more of a need.

  • Kacie Hammon commented
    July 30, 2018 14:41

    I would love to see this.  I would like to create two custom fields with drop downs that are conditional...if you select this from the first drop down then you will see this is the second. 

  • Guest commented
    September 7, 2018 07:18


    our need has some similarity here. We use categories to identify the product family to which the idea belong.

    Then in the Aha! tool itself we use customer field to provide more details about the product, like thetype of interfaces.

    I want to be able to show in the custom field only the interfaces that belong to the product family selected into the product categories field.

    Any workaround which allow to get the final result (like the model proposed by Jonathan) will be acceptable.

    Thx Riccardo

  • Laura Giles commented
    September 21, 2018 17:43

    Shouldn't status change to 'unlikely to implement'?