- naricolAsked on March 01, 2018 at 09:46 AM
We are creating a form where someone can submit a deposit entry (i.e. they received cash at an event and need to report how much they received and what it was for). We want to develop it so that after they make the entry, they have an option to submit another deposit form. Is there a way to duplicate the page, or do I have to manually duplicate the information on multiple pages?
I'm thinking the form will end with "Would you like to submit another deposit entry?" and if they click yes, it provides the same information as page 1, but all the fields are blank. If they click "no" it will go to the thank-you page.
- JotForm SupportWelvinAnswered on March 01, 2018 at 10:59 AM
We have a manager multiple fields feature where you can select multiple fields at once and duplicate to any location of the form.
I think this is the best option considering that you need to have the total.
You can conditionally show/hide fields at once:
You can also use our configurable list widget for dynamic adding of rows.
However, it's not possible to calculate the values from this widget.