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Form: How to continue form on new page or slide in (transition) in to more question (details in description)Asked by PriceIT on January 22, 2014 at 04:29 PM
Continue form on new page:
Is there a way you can click the next (submit) and be redirected to another page with the same form, just continued with new questions? (First page: details about an item, Second page: details about you)
Slide/transition to continued form:
Is it possible to be able to click the next (submit) button and have a new set a questions slide or transition in dynamically on the same page but all within one form?
Sorry if I wasn't specific enough but there are no guides to explaining these.
Thank you for contacting us. You can use custom URL link in the Thank You page settings to redirect your user.
1. Go to Setup and Embed and Choose Thank you then Custom URL
2. Add the another forms URL.
A detailed guide can be found in this link https://www.jotform.com/help/38-Redirecting-Users-to-a-Different-Page. If you need help implementing please share your form #1 (Origin form) and form # 2 (where the user will be redirected).
Is there any way this can all be done in one form?
Kind of like a progress bar form but without the progress bar.
Here's a form that has a progress bar but I'm not looking for a progress bar: http://www.pawnup.com/signup_step-3-apple.php
When a user clicks next, either a continued form slides in with different questions or a the user is taken to another page when they click next. There would be a submit button on the second page submitting everything as one, in one email.
You can use a Page Break as the solution. Kindly take a look at the example form:
Adding the Page Break tool from the Survey Category:
Do let us know if you need further assistance. Thank you.