conditional logic question...or do I need multiple forms?

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    Asked on October 01, 2012 at 09:48 AM

    I am sending an email that invites someone to sign up for a charter group...

    I am offering a YES button and a NO button ...  This would take them to a form (or forms)...


    I was wondering, could I have ONE form... have them select Yes, No, or Maybe, and based up on that, present them with different results?


    >>For Yes... upon submit, it would integrate with Mail Chimp, and receive a confirm...thank you message.

    >>For No... upon submit, it would give them a We're sorry, you are not joining us message, thank you for your comments. (I want them to tell us why they are saying no)

    >>For Maybe, I want to learn more... Upon submit, it would say, you will hear from us soon... Thank you!


    OR... what would be best, easiest way?  

    Do I need more than one form?

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    Answered on October 01, 2012 at 10:18 AM


    You can do all that. Except for the Integration with Mail Chimp, once integrated to Mail Chimp all submissions will be sent there.

    To send a different thank you message, you can do that using Conditions Wizards.

    Hope this helps. Thank you.

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    Answered on October 01, 2012 at 11:24 AM

    I decided to have ONE form for those that select the YES button via the email invitation... and ONE form for those that select NO or MAYBE from the email invitation. 

    I think that solves it... thanks!

    I like knowing I can send different thank you messages, however.


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    Answered on October 01, 2012 at 12:08 PM


    I have answered your question about thank you message on this thread:

    Hope it helps you solved the thing you want to achieved on your forms.

    Thanks for using Jotform and please let us know for any concerns you may have, we'll be glad to help.