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    How can I control which page the respondent goes to based on the information input in the previous page?

    Asked by IGC_Procurement on June 13, 2012 at 03:39 AM

    Hi,

    Let me begin by saying that I  only began using your website this morning, but am already comfortable using it. Your application is great, it's easy to use, and it has pretty much every feature I could conceivably require. Kudos on a job well done!

    My question is pretty simple: How can I control which page the respondent goes to based on the information input in the previous page? I want to direct users to different parts of the form / different pages based on what they've entered. How can I accomplish that?

    I look forward to a response!

    Sincere regards,

    Ahsen Omar Majid

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    Answered by abajan on June 13, 2012 at 04:51 AM

    Thanks for your complimentary comments about our product, Ahsen.

    Skip to a page or end of form conditions can be used to achieve the functionality you want. Here's a form demonstrating that. To see how that was done, clone the form and view its conditions: Setup & Embed tab > Conditions > Saved Conditions.

    The Conditions Wizard is fairly self-explanatory but if you need clarification on anything, please let us know.


    Wayne

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    Answered by IGC_Procurement on June 13, 2012 at 05:22 AM

     

    Thank you for the prompt reply. Once again, wowed by the simplicity and ease of use.

    One thing the functionality seems to be missing, or perhaps I'm not noticing, is this:

    if Page x is adequately filled, then.....

    Currently, to do this you have to enter each field in the page, enter a rule for it, and use the "All of the above" option.

    Also, while the drop down list for selecting fields is great atm, I think as my form gets larger it will become difficult to select the right field. Perhaps a different way of doing this, maybe something optional like click on the field from the UI, would be great.

    Keep up the good work. Hopefully I can make a good enough form here to use it for our project - we'll need to use the third pricing option for that, and this is the first time that the prospect of paying for something makes me happy. The fact that you guys have made this available for free is amazing - no crippleware, see if it suits, buy if you need to. Amazing.

    Perhaps the 'wow' factor might wear off after using it for a day or two, but it's going strong atm. :)

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    Answered by IGC_Procurement on June 13, 2012 at 05:44 AM

    Also, if we could choose to show more than one field when a certain condition is met, that would also be great!

    Ahsen

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    Answered by IGC_Procurement on June 13, 2012 at 05:53 AM

    To keep the suggestions coming, there doesn;t seem to be a nice way to get out of the "Donwload Submissions" without deleting submission. A back or a 'close-this-window' style cross would be more intuitive.

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    Answered by jeanettebmz on June 13, 2012 at 02:21 PM

    I think you can accomplish that by applying condional logics

    Below you have an example on how conditional logics works (check the guide above first)

    This example  was made using check boxes , but it will ilustrate what you are looking for

     

     

     

    If user selects the second conditions "I will help with suggestions on this service", then the Suggestion Box will appear

     

     

     

    And here you can find another example on how show/hide conditionals work

     

    Regarding to the download of the submissions, you can do it and still keep them in your Jotform account inbox


    Hope you find this helpful

     Thank you for using Jotform!

    Jeanette