A good example of how to use Conditional Element Rendering is when building a custom Cart Page for WooCommerce. When a Cart is empty, for example, you would not want all the usual Cart Elements to display, and so by using Conditional Element rendering on the various Columns and Containers on the page, we could achieve that scenario easily. See the Avada WooCommerce Builder – Cart page for specific details of how to achieve this. Another example can be found in the video at the top of the page.
There are many more scenarios where this feature would be useful, including rendering content based on whether a user is logged in, or what their role is, whether an Event or Sale has started or finished, and whether the content is being viewed on a mobile or tablet, or even on a specific browser, just to name a few examples. This much requested feature brings an incredible level of flexibility to your page content, and is just another example of the innovation we continually bring to the table for Avada users!