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Maybe I didn't know, but I didn't know. I need to add a sub-option to private recipients. I can explain this with an example.

Suppose you have an option. When I make a choice here, there must be sub-options that are optional in this option.

Apple

  • White Apple
  • Green apple
  • Red Apple

    Pear

  • White Pear
  • Green Pear
  • Red Pear

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    As far as I know you can not create (sub)options depending on the value of a (top) option in core CiviCRM. So that would mean you would have to develop a little extension that does this?

    As far as the county stuff goes, is that an unrelated question? If so can you please make it separate as it will be impossible to find if others experience the same issue.

    • Hi Erik, I couldn't understand what you wanted to say because my English knowledge wasn't very good. If the situation you're talking about is developing a plugin I'm not at the potential to do it. – Fatih ATEŞ Feb 19 at 11:00
    • It is not possible with standard CiviCRM, you will need to develop an extension (plugin) for this. If you are not able to do that you can check if one of the existing extensions can help you. You can find them on civicrm.org/extensions – ErikH - CiviCooP Feb 19 at 12:50
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    re: custom data sub options: You can do that with tags and tag sets, but they would be applicable to all contacts not given sub types

    https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/organising-your-data/groups-and-tags/

    It will probably make life easier if you ask the country/ province/ state question on a separate post

    • Hey, Craig Almond, The label does not resolve the problem. There will be a serious data entry, but the list will be a waste of time to search and select. The label can be considered as a last resort. I made different facilities in the province / district information. Same situation. I will continue by opening a different topic for this. – Fatih ATEŞ Feb 19 at 10:39

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