Hi, yes, that's totally possible. You can use the visibility condition on the fields properties to select type the value of another field on the form. This in combination with the Depends on another field flag should do what you need.
Edit: I thought an example might help.
- Create a new form with the following two fields:
FieldA is a Text field using a Drop-down list form control. It has its 'Required' flag checked and its 'Has depending fields' flag is checked. Its options in the Data source are:
- FieldBis a Text field using a Text box form control. It has its 'Required' flag checked and its 'Depends on another field' flag checked. The visibility condition is set to
FieldA.Value == "o3".
In this setup a user must select a value for **FieldA, but then they select 'Other', they will also see FieldB and must provide a value for it.
I hope that helps :)