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You can use the conditional visibility rules for this.
You can add a new field which has the type "Text", and then you can enable the conditional visibility rule(by clicking on the "Disabled" as illustrated in the snapshot below) In conditional visibility rule, you can select "Show" if the value of previous's field is "Other" from all other radio buttons. You can insert this form in a Marketo landing page.
Hope this helps!
however, if i understand correctly, this filed will appear underneath the original field, right?
not right next to the "Other" option
does this also mean i'd have to create a new field for the "blank" answer?
Indeed, you'll have to create a new field. What I did to tackle this, I created a set of custom 'generic fields' in marketo (some text and checkbox fields) to use at random in such situations.
You can insert these in a form, for example: 'Generic 1' is a text field, which you insert and change the name (in this case: 'other').
Some caution is required when using this method:
- Generic fields are reusable for series of forms and capture data you don't want to save or use (kinda one-off data) in Marketo (ex. answers to why did you like our white paper?)
- when you use a generic field - send an alert with this data to an inbox (alert email with token is enough) as you are probably using this field in multiple forms
- you can't use form pre-fill when using a generic field (you don't know what might pop up since you use this field in several forms)
Hope this method answers your question.
We also use generic fields like Jonas mentioned, and one other thing to make sure of is that you aren't using form pre-fill for that field if it's generic and could be used multiple times (and already contain a completely unrelated value). Luckily in Forms 2.0 you can pick and choose which fields are pre-filled!