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Dependent page layouts - data rules to show, hide, or make fields/sections req'd

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There are times when it would be ideal to show different fields or sections on a page based on field data. For example, if a field for "software interest" is selected on a lead page, it would be nice if a section and/or fields related to capturing more information on "Software" is displayed. If the field is not selected, then this section and/or fields remain hidden. Allowing greater customization on the page level based on data rules would make for more manageable and targeted page layouts.

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  • IdeaExchange Moderator - 2 years ago

    Hi Everyone- quick update on this one. The team is still actively working on this request. Safeharbor applies of course, but we're hoping you'll be able to see some of progress towards the end of year.  We'll definitely circle back when there is more to share- thank you your your patience.

    Previous Update:
    I don't have a target ETA yet, but we are looking at delivering conditional display logic in pages via the Lightning App builder (safe harbor). We're doing some of the underlying work now to make that possible so it will be a few releases out.

    As mentioned previously there are AppExchange apps (like Skuid) available should you need a solution in the interim. Based on your previous feedback I know an AppExchange solution isn't Ideal for some of you, but I'd be remiss not to mention the option for those that might need it. 
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