How to add checkbox component feature for dependent fields?
Now you can define a particular check box (customized) as a dependent field.
Select the “Settings” module from the left pane and open the “Job checklist” under “Custom Fields & Checklist Settings.”
2. Select the exact “Job Category” and “Select Job Status” for which you want to add the dependent check box.
3. Drag and drop the required fields and while adding fields, you can make use of the check box for dependent field creation.
4. Click "Save Checklist."
Select the "Update" button to add the required field as "Dependent Field."
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