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    Using a form as a membership registration form

    Asked by AndrewN on May 01, 2010 at 09:23 AM
    I'm developing a site for a non-profit association.  I'd like to use a jotform for the application process, and store the submisssions as a database of all and new members.  These data would then be reported out on the website as a grid.  Some questions arise as I set this up:

    (i) can I have a form where they are given the option to pay via paypal OR to bypass the ecommerce and simply send in a check on-line.  i.e. can this be done with two submit functions, one that takes them out to Paypal and one that bypasses payment online and simply reminds them to mail in a check? And how would I set two different autoresponders, one for each condition.

    (ii) can I upload 250 member's data in a batch without having to complete the form for the existing members one by one?

    Any guidance as to the best way to do this would be appreciated.

    Many thanks,

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    Answered by aytekin on May 03, 2010 at 06:23 AM
    (i) Yes, if you add a $0 option the user would not be redirected to PayPal. They would go to the final Thank You page directly.

    If you would like to redirect the user to a different Thank You page, then you should use the "Conditions" feature.

    (ii) Nope, we don't have anything like that. You cannot submit many users at once.
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    Answered by AndrewN on May 03, 2010 at 07:32 AM
    (i) Thanks!  I'll check it out...

    (ii)  Shame - thanks anyway.