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Marco_Schade
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Changing a toggle based on multiple toggles

Hi,

 

I am trying to change one toggle based on three other toggles, but i can't seem to get it to work.

 

It should be so that if the three red toggles is set to true then the first toggle (The one without a toggle) should go to true aswell. But only when all three has been clicked.

 

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Re: Changing a toggle based on multiple toggles

Hi @Marco_Schade,

 

Set the Target Toggle default to Toggle1&&Toggle2&&Toggle3.  This formula reduces to true and an If function is not required.  

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Re: Changing a toggle based on multiple toggles

Hi @Marco_Schade,

 

Set the Target Toggle default to Toggle1&&Toggle2&&Toggle3.  This formula reduces to true and an If function is not required.  

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Marco_Schade
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Re: Changing a toggle based on multiple toggles

Thanks, that solved it 🙂 

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