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    Can the response to a question trigger another form?

    Asked by Metro4Rent_William on June 08, 2017 at 12:33 PM


    First - while I think JotForm is great and your customer support is also excellent, I think your forum search capabilities are weak.  I end up asking more questions here than I can find answers to on the forum even though I'm pretty sure the answers are probably already there.  Just some feedback.

    Here's my question:

    If someone responds to a question like:

    Are you:

    and they select "B"

    I'd like to trigger an entirely new form.  In programming-speak - I'd like to execute another form and optionally abandon this one or submit this one and then execute another when this submission is complete.

    I'm comfortable using conditional logic on forms - but I don't want that here.  I want a completely separate standalone form that I'd use sometimes but there are situations where a "main" form will want to call another form.


    Thanks for any feedback on this.


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    JotForm Support

    Answered by BJoanna on June 08, 2017 at 02:09 PM

    Thank you for your feedback about Forum search capabilities. Maybe you did not search with correct keywords and because of that you did not found answer to your question. You can also use Google to search for questions related to JotForm. You can also check our user guide or post your question here on forum. 

    Regarding your question - You can use conditional logic to redirect your users to new form, if they select option B. They will need to submit first form and then they will be redirected to second form. 

    Inside of this guide you can find how to do it:

    Change Thank You Page URL Based on a Condition

    Hope this will help. Let us know if you need further assistance.