Many of our customers use logic within their Contracts. The most common use case is when you have some text in a Contract that appears only if it is relevant to a Signer. For example, you might use logic to show a product description in the Contract only if the product is included in the agreement.
Below, you can see how logic is written into a Contract. You type logic directly in to the Contract text editor. You set off logic by starting and ending it with two curly braces.
In the example above, the words this sentence will appear show up in the Contract only if the token called Logic has a value. Here's another example:
In this example, the words then this sentence will appear show up only if the Logic token as a value of 90 days. You can find out more about adding tokens to your Contracts in the Tokens and Fields document.
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