Changing button from not-clickable to clickable

Hi Guys!

This may be a simple answer, but I am new to Bubble and can’t find any answer in any other topics.

I have five buttons (button 1 to button 5) lined up next to eachother, each corresponding to sections 1 to 5, where the user has to input some informatino. The user has to start at button 1, fill out the associated information which pops up when button 1 is clicked, click save for that section, then click on button 2 and so on.

What I want to do is have buttons 2 to 5 not-clickable by default, then when section 1 is finished and the user clicks ‘save’, button 2 becomes: clickable; and button 1: not clickable. The rest remain unclickable until section 2 is then filled out, the ‘save’ button is clicked then; button 2: not clickable, button 3: clickable.

I am battling with changing the state of a button from default being un-clickable to clickable, there doesn’t seem to be a condition for it.

Any help would be appreciated!

Double click the button you’ll see a list of settings one of them will say this element isn’t clickable with a check mark next to it

It is actually the exact same condition, you just have to uncheck it.

Thanks for the reply.

I have tried this, but the state doesn’t change from un-clickable when the condition is true? That is why I thought there must be another way to do it.

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