- riksagaAsked on April 11, 2011 at 02:29 PM
I have multi-page forms for student registrations that is databased AND emailed for printing & signing. The Form data I am having trouble with is "StudentMedicalCondition".
1. Only display form fields if a medical condition exists. (20 optional fields need filling)
2. Only submit the fields via email if the medical condition exists.
Parents are lazy so they need to complete registration in 1 session and they will skip any secondary forms given the opportunity. (a redirect to a secondary form always gets skipped).
What I think I need is some kind of sub-form / popup-form / mini-form that interupts the the main form is sent seperately.
Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.
- JotForm SupportNeilVicenteAnswered on April 11, 2011 at 04:23 PM
1. You can accomplish this by using the Conditions Wizard to show form fields when a condition is met. For more information you may visit this page - Conditional Logic on Forms
2. Again, this is possible via the Conditions Wizard. First you need to create notification emails, and then set a condition to only send that particular email when a certain rule is followed.
I think there is no way to implement a pop-up from within a form. You may instead create a mini-form section within form, hide them by using Conditions and make them appear if a certain condition is met, like for example, if a field is filled out.
Let us know if you have more questions.