- hollywoodlightsAsked on January 15, 2018 at 01:46 PM
I'm trying to use conditional logic to make one of the pages on my form inaccessible after a certain date has passed.
The form I'm trying to create is an order form. We offer pre-order discount pricing for our customers who order before a certain date. After that date, the pricing goes back to standard pricing.
Currently, I have my form separated into different pages. The first page is the code the customer is required to enter in order to access the order form. The second page gets their company information, then the third page shows a form for pre-order pricing, and the fourth page shows the standard pricing. I'd like to make it so that, when the customer clicks "Next" after filling out their information on the "Company Information" Page, that it will take them either to the pre-order page (if they're within the pre-order dates), or the standard pricing page if they are outside of the pre-order dates.
Is there a way to make this happen?
Thanks in advance,
- JotForm SupportJed_CAnswered on January 15, 2018 at 03:14 PM
Just to confirm, how do you assign the dates ranges that has / have discounts? I mean, is it every 10, 15 or xx numbers of days or is every 1st week of the month and so on?
With our conditional logic, you can try the "Before" and "After" condition with your date picker. You can make a condition like If Date is Before or After this date Show these fields.
If that doesn't help, please share your form URL and provide us the detailed specs / condition and we will try to create a sample form for you.
Looking forward for your response.