Discount for purchase when liking product/page

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    Asked on December 11, 2012 at 04:06 PM

    Dear JotForm team!


    Since you were very keen on integrating new services into JotForm, how about this:

    "Purchase order" in the payment tools is already nice. But it would go viral if customers could get a discount when they like the product or page. Can you somehow implement a funcion like that? 

    Let's say the customer selected the product he/she wants to buy. Then the customer can get a discount (percentage or fix amount) when liking the website or Facebook page of the shop.

    "Like our website to get 10% off!" - Who could resitst that offer? :)

    It would be awesome to see a feature like this!

    I found a page that offers this funktion for Wordpress:
    Looking forward to read from you. 




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    Answered on December 11, 2012 at 05:05 PM

    Hi Chris,

    Great idea, however, I am a little concerned at its complexity as regards getting something like working with a JotForm form, but will forward the feature request onto our developers for their consideration.


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    Answered on December 11, 2012 at 05:24 PM

    Thanks for considering it!

    Maybe there is a less complicated solution if my idea is a bit too difficult.

    For example the form just checks if someone presses the like or share button without automatic change of the total amount to pay. So we could give them discount although it is not automatically

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    Answered on December 11, 2012 at 06:01 PM


    A ticket has been opened to add this to our Features Request List. We already have something similar that we launch on our site which Reset's JotForm Customer Submissions which you may have seen appear before. I believe this would work in the same way and should be possible in this respect and although complex it would simply offer an additional integration setting that would give a setable discount rate in the products tools line as an advanced option. Ultimately though, this idea realistically rests within the hands of our developers for consideration so they will most likely respond when a decision or update has been reached about it. Until then though we really do appreciate your suggestions as well as thank you for your patience during this time.