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    Conditions... how to set up?

    Asked by r180 on June 17, 2010 at 03:45 PM
    I have looked all over and can't figure out how to set up a condition.

    I have a radio button setup with two choices.
    Then, a page break with some other pages planned after that.

    How do I set a condition to jump to a page based on the radio button they chose?
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    Answered by aytekin on June 22, 2010 at 04:04 AM
    Conditions can be setup using the "Conditions" button on the toolbar. Open your fomr on the form editor and the click on "Setup & Share" tab if it is not open and then click on "Conditions" button.

    Once you are on the "Conditions" wizard, you can add condition using the "Skip to a page or end of the form" option.
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    Answered by r180 on June 22, 2010 at 09:51 AM
    Thanks. Something I was trying to do- ask whether it's a 'one time' or a 'recurring' donation... then, send them to a donation payment (authorize.net) or a subscription payment where I have recurring items (also authorize.net)...But, I got a message that I can't have two payment options in the form. Any way around this?
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    Answered by aytekin on June 22, 2010 at 11:08 AM
    Yes, that's the case. It is not possible to have two different payment integrations on the same form. You can have multiple products in the same form but they cannot be recurring and one-time. They have to be in the same type as well.

    My recommendation is to have two separate forms and depending on user's choice show them a different form.