You are correct. You are not able to use conditional logic to change the individual questions inside a template with questions outside the template. The questions that are inside the template need to be controlled by the conditional logic rules that are inside template. You can however have questions inside the template effect questions outside the template (I know this does not help you in your case.)I tried to play around with this in my own form to come up with a way around this but to no avail!
One of the caveats of using the template based sections in this case. I can get a feature request logged on your behalf.Thank you
Hi Ian,Thats ok, I figured that was going to be the answer, I have a work around anyway.Yes it would be great to have a feature request put through for this.I understand there would be a lot of work to get this to work, I presume both of the following options wouldn't be quick to implement but maybe one quicker than the other?
I like the templates footer section for count and sum, this helps reduce the amount of manual calulations and conditional access.
Hopefully we can get this in as a new feature 😁