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    How can I separate the total payment amount based on the location choosed?

    Asked by nyj  on February 07, 2014 at 01:15 PM

    For orders from customers from different location, I applied different postage therefore the total payment amount is different. However I cannot apply 2 payment tools inside a form. 

    For example:

    Location A-Semenanjung; Location B- Sabah Sarawak

     

    The price for the items for this 2 locaitons is different. Is it possible to create a dropdown having the locaiton option, and when users choose Location 1, the total calculated according to the price allocated; and while the location 2 is chosen, the payment calculated will be in another allocated price.

     

    Thanks!

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    http://form.jotform.me/form/40262117150440

    different create tools postage
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    Answered by KadeJM on February 07, 2014 at 01:53 PM

    This is something that I think is a bit more complex but I believe we can help you along to build something to that effect.

    You are correct that you can't use 2 Payment Tools on the same form. However, there is a way to make this work using a location dropdown and some text fields. Please see this guide about Multi-Payment Forms where you can learn how to use more than one  Payment Integration so that it becomes multipurpose.

    It will basically have you using more then one form on a main form with Conditional Logic. Now, Depending on how many locations you want to specify it could be useful to do that. So I am thinking that this might be something that could work for you for what you are looking for.