- FulvioAsked on April 05, 2018 at 02:27 AM
My problem is to set different prices connected to the type of user you are. So: you are a member ? 5 €.. You are an Active Member €10. You are a guest, ok for you it’s for free
When you select you status, it has to appear the right price connected to the payment system .
I followed exactly you instructions but they probably work differently for the payment field.
How can I do?
In one form you can only have 1 payment field, so I created three levels in prices field but how can I create the system to show the right price for the right member ?
This is a re-post of a comment on Smart Forms Using Conditional Logic
- JotForm SupportVictoria_KAnswered on April 05, 2018 at 05:27 AM
As far as I understood the idea, I can suggest assigning calculation values to your member, active member and guest options. Here is a guide:
Then you can create a condition to check if the answer is guest as it is free for them. So, if GUEST > HIDE a payment integration.
Afterwards you need to adjust the payment integration (I can see PayPal at one of your forms) to get the price from your So: you are a member ? field.
Here is a guide:
I suppose that should help. But, if you need further assistance, just let us know.
- tornyyAnswered on April 18, 2018 at 09:43 AMHi, thanks, I did a lot of steps forward but I did’t finally solve the problem. What happens is that I did it all but the payment system doesn’t work. May you help me ?
- JotForm SupportVictoria_KAnswered on April 18, 2018 at 11:43 AM
As far as I understand, you are working on the following form at the moment: https://www.jotform.com/build/80936810801354
I have checked your Calculation field and it seems to be not capturing the value from another field at the moment. Can you please remove the "Sei un" field from calculation and add it again afterwards?
I can also see that there is no Submit button at this form. You can add it from Form Elements:
If you did mean something different, please let us know.
- tornyyAnswered on April 19, 2018 at 02:43 PMThanks Victoria_K, finally I was able to do it with your precious suggestions.
Now I’m interested in creating a new condition in my Ticket cena and I don’t know how to do, so I wonder if you can suggest me like last time. I would like to cerate a condition that changes the price according to the day and time you buy, only if you are a coach.
I mean, you buy the ticket in the first 2 weeks of pre-sale, you pay 30. You buy the third you pay 35, you buy the fourth you pay 40 and if you buy in the last 2 days before the event you pay 50. How can I manage this situation’ ? Thanks in advance for your help. Bye Fulvio
- JotForm SupportVictoria_KAnswered on April 19, 2018 at 03:33 PM
I have cloned your form for testing and seems that was able to find an option for you.
I have added 3 hidden fields to calculate the difference between the current date and the day of event:
You can set the custom date for event on Options tab:
Days before event is a Form Calculation widget with the following formula:
Afterwards, you will need to add several conditional statements to update the Calculation field with the new price. This conditions would also check if the Coach option is selected:
Related guide: Mastering-Date-and-Time-Calculation
Hope this helps!
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