Dependent custom offer fields allow your organization to create a nested structure of custom offer fields with defined relationships between parent and child fields. As your organization becomes more complex, there may be a large number of custom offer fields that do not apply to every single new hire. Irrelevant fields increase the risk of making a mistake, missing a field, or entering a field incorrectly.
The nested structure of dependent custom offer fields creates a guided path for users when creating an offer and limits the exposure of offer fields based on the criteria you define.
Parent / child dependencies
When configuring dependent custom offer fields, your organization will be defining parent/child relationships between custom offer fields. The parent / child relationship dictates when a child custom offer field will be visible in the Create an Offer dialog box and is based on the option selected in the parent custom offer field.
Custom offer fields already in a parent / child dependency can subsequently be dependent on another custom offer field in a nested parent / child dependency. Your organization can think of the nested parent/child dependency as a family tree of custom offer fields that will display in sequence the child custom offer field based on the option selected in the parent custom offer field.
Once configured, the Custom Options > Offers page will list the dependencies for each custom offer field.
Dependent custom offer field example
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