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    How to create a form that has the ability to collect payments and set deadlines

    Asked by lubeznikcenter on January 31, 2017 at 05:58 PM

    I want to set up a temporary open call to artists with a specific theme that has a submission deadline. I also want to have an outside juror select the work!  How do I set it up for the juror to view submissions? We are also charging a $35.00 entry fee, may we set-up a link on the form to our square so artists can pay the entry fee?

    Your assistance in the matter would be greatly appreciated.


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    Answered by Mike_G on January 31, 2017 at 07:59 PM

    The form can be accessed by your potential respondents through its direct link. You can get your form's direct link and pass it to your respondents.

    Or you can also, embed the form on your website.


    May we know how are you planning to collect the payments? Is it upfront? through credit card? or through any other payment gateways, like PayPal, Authorize.Net, Dwolla etc...

    You can use any of our Payment Integration to collect payments.



    When it comes to setting a deadline for your form you can limit your form depending on the current date. The information on how you can do that is found in this guide: How-to-limit-submissions-in-a-form

    Then, with regards to "How do I set it up for the juror to view submissions?"

    I suggest you follow the same instruction (s) given by one of my colleagues on the other thread you opened more than a year ago.