Form Template - Conditional Logic RSVP by Guest Name

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    Lauren Barone 
    Asked on January 10, 2022 at 11:36 AM

    Hi Jotform team!

    I am not yet a member, but want to know if a form template exists for a conditional logic wedding RSVP by guest name -- in that, the form changes based on the guest name input (not by their RSVP). For example, based on the guest name inserted into the form they'll then see the option to RSVP to the rehearsal dinner, wedding, or brunch (or a combination of those events). So if Guest A was only invited to the wedding, they'll only have the option to respond to that event. But if Guest B was invited to the rehearsal dinner + the wedding, they'll have the option to RSVP to both events.

    I did not come across this template when browsing your site, but please let me know if this is an option. If so, I would love to learn more!

    Many thanks,

    Lauren

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    Gilbert
    Answered on January 10, 2022 at 01:46 PM

    Hello Lauren,

    Thank you for reaching out to us.

    Unfortunately, our form templates do not have conditional logic set on them initially. The user would have to be the one to make changes to the form template and add the particular conditions that he wants to use on the form.

    From what I understand, you already have other RSVP forms such as the rehearsal dinner, wedding, or brunch forms. What you're looking to happen is to redirect the user to a particular RSVP form based on the name that will be entered on the form. If this is the case, you can certainly do this by using conditional logic and the Thank You page to redirect them to another form. Once they enter their name and submit the form, they will be redirected to a particular URL, or in your case, the RSVP form corresponding to their name.

    You can check this relevant guide for more details on how you can do this: https://www.jotform.com/help/317-change-thank-you-page-url-based-on-a-condition/

    Or, you can also embed the other RSVP forms into your form by using the iFrame Embed widget. The embedded forms will only be displayed based on the answer of the user.

    Here's a sample form where if you select 'Yes' on the 'Fill out a form?' question, the embedded form will be shown: https://form.jotform.com/210637363384053

    Relevant guide for using conditional logic: https://www.jotform.com/help/57-smart-forms-conditional-logic-for-online-forms/

    Let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.