You can, but you’ll need to put in a lot custom coding.
@PixelGeek It would be awesome though. Having forms react differently depending on the given answers, custom form logic is definitely on my wishlist.
www.typeform.com could be an option to do this if you’re no coding ninja but logic jump requires a pro subscription.
Haha, that’s what I thought. Would it make it easier using something like this? https://www.producthunt.com/tech/botwick
Code it on Ruby. Not that hard. Then implement it on webflow. I look at webflow as the face of a site, you want to change the skin color, you have to code it.
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