- JotForm SupportMike_GAnswered on December 27, 2016 at 07:48 PM
You can do that with the help of conditions. To achieve such, you need to use the Update/Calculate Field conditional logic. https://www.jotform.com/help/57-Smart-Forms-Using-Conditional-Logic
Here's a sample form: https://form.jotform.com/63617090397967
The page 2 of the form above will be prepopulated with inputs from page 1.
Below is how the condition is created. (I needed three conditions for the form above).
I hope this helps. If you need any further assistance, please feel free to contact us again anytime.
- suleimanAnswered on December 28, 2016 at 08:39 AM
thanks a lot but i have tried it on this form https://www.jotform.com//?formID=63555331263554# as instructed but still didn't populate
- JotForm SupportcandyAnswered on December 28, 2016 at 09:11 AM
First of all, I have seen that you have a Guest account. Please let me suggest you have a Free JotForm account at the following link: www.jotform.com/signup
Related to your question, I have cloned your form in order to test it on my side. I have checked the condition that you have set to field of "Full Name" to populate. I have seen that this condition is working properly. The "Full Name" is filled on the second page when fulfilling the "Full Name" on the first page.
However, it is not possible to populate the Image Upload Widget field with conditions in forms.
Moreover, I have seen that you have already set the Image Upload Widget on the first page as required, the user is not able to skip the page without uploading a picture. Why do you need the same field on the second page?
- SuleimanAnswered on December 28, 2016 at 11:45 AMok thanks. but i added a paypal to the form. i expect it to display a
form where client can enter his/her payment info by doesnt show when
proceed/payment button is clicked but rather show a blank page. what
Instead of a blank page, cant i have exit button on the blank form
page of the blank form display?
- BorisAnswered on December 28, 2016 at 12:15 PM
When you submit your form, it will redirect to the payment processor you have set it up with, so that your users can make a payment.
In order for this to happen, you must set up your payment field with your correct credentials. For example, if you use a PayPal payment field, you can follow this guide for setting it up:
If you use Stripe, you can follow this:
If you use Dwolla, you would follow these instructions:
Whichever payment processor you choose, you must have an active account with that payment processor, and than use its correct account settings for filling out and configuring your payment field. When a payment field is configured and your users select to purchase one of your products, they will be redirected to the payment processor of your choice for making their payment.
If you want your forms to process payments, you must register for an account. With a free account, your forms will be able to accept up to 10 payment submissions per month. You can register over the following link:
Please let us know should you need further assistance.