I have a requirement with SharePoint List to have to option with Yes or No Column or a choice. If the Choice is NO (Nothing to be done)

IF the Choice is Yes (then i need 3 options) like -

  1. End of Day
  2. High priority
  3. Fill able Date (DD/MM/YYYY)

Any help will be appreciated. Thank you.

Need to get this done using out of box. In the new/edit form.

We can create a Yes/No column "YesNo", and create three columns "End of Day","High priority" and "Fill able Date". Then add the code below into a script editor web part into new/edit form page. If yes/no column choice "Yes", those three columns show, if choice "No", hide those columns.

<script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
    var yesNoFieldName="YesNo";
    var optionFields=["End of Day","High priority","Fill able Date"];
function hideFields(optionFields){
    for(var i=0;i<optionFields.length;i++){
function showFields(optionFields){
    for(var i=0;i<optionFields.length;i++){

I am assuming that you want some sort of validation based on yes/no check box and 'End of Day' and 'High Priority' are choices in a dropdown. If yes then you try below steps.

Create a yes/no column, a choice column with choices 'End of the Day', 'High Priority', a date column. Then navigate to list settings -> Validation settings and use below formula to ensure form performs validation at all times. In below formula 'YesNo' is a yesno column name, ChoiceCol is Choice column name and DateCol is date column name.


The above formula invalidates the form if the Yes/No column is true and either the dropdown and date column is blank. You can always use field description field to provide explanation on when to use a particular field (as we are not showing/hiding any fields here)

Alternatively you can always use some javascript on the forms to perform validation and show/hide fields based on user input.

  • Thank you, will try this option as well and see. – jandrews09 Sep 28 at 21:00

Another way could be to use a managed metadata column with options yes and no, and a branch with additional options under No.

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