alexbryan87Answered on January 09, 2019 03:18 AM
I am wondering if this could be a solution to the workflow I need. I am creating a photo editing service. The ideal workflow would look like this:
1. A customer purchases a service, fills out the form, and uploads their photos.
2. Upon successful payment and upload of the photos two autoresponder emails are sent out. One to them confirming their order, and the second and most importantly an autoresponder email to my editing staff telling them they have a new job to complete, AND it has a respond feature (it looks like this is the advanced features explained above) to upload and send back the finished photos.
3. My editing staff can download the photos uploaded from the customer, edit them, and then return them using the form in the initial autoresponder email with the upload feature.
Will this work? If so, is there also a way for my editing team to check a box on the form to return the edited photos that will somehow mark the job as complete?
Victoria_KAnswered on January 09, 2019 07:40 AM
I think it would be possible to implement the workflow you have shared. Forms can send emails conditionally as well as show specific fields if submission is edited by your team. You could use those features to show a field for edit team to mark if the job is done. If that field is marked, email will be sent out to a client.
I see the following steps for the workflow:
1. Client submits the form and uploads photos > confirmation email is sent to client (AUTORESPONDER) and notification email is sent out to edit team. There is also an option to attach file uploads to notification email, I think this would be useful for your team: https://www.jotform.com/blog/uploaded-files-as-email-attachments/
2. Email sent to your team would also include a link to edit user's submission. The team could do that to mark 'job done' field and to upload edited photos. After this is done, another email would be sent to deliver images to your customer.
We will gladly help to built this form if you will face difficulties.
alexbryan87Answered on January 09, 2019 01:08 PM
Thank you for your response. In your example would the client see the "staff" portion of the form? Or would I be able to make that only viewable to the staff only?
Victoria_KAnswered on January 09, 2019 01:30 PM
Yes, this is possible if you set up a condition to show those field on 'edit submission' link. This would allow to show 'staff' fields only when submission is edited, on live form fields would be hidden: How-to-Show-or-Hide-Fields-on-Edit-URL
alexbryan87Answered on January 17, 2019 01:26 AM
Hi there, I am having trouble building this form. How to I start the process of getting help to build it?
Victoria_KAnswered on January 17, 2019 05:02 AM
We can assist if you tell us what are you experiencing difficulties with. Just post your questions at support forum: https://www.jotform.com/contact/
Also, there is an option to request a form when you click 'Create Form' button. But, we will not be able to provide any time frame on when the form will be ready.
We will wait for your reply.