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Is it possible to create a multi page form with each page having a payment setup with the last page having the submit buttonAsked by danzegallery on August 01, 2014 at 05:03 AM
I run an eisteddfod and use jotform for all the entry forms. Instead of having 5 or 6 different forms which customers need to enter and pay for I would like 1 form with tabs to each of the other forms but I need to have a payment field on each form and the submit button on the last page. This way my customers only have to fill out 1 form. Is this possible?
The form in the URL shown below has a field called Sections which is a payment field but I need a similar field on each page.
What is NOT possible is to have multiple payment tools in a single form. Even if the form is multiple pages, if it is still the same form -- you will not be able to add more than one payment tool on it.
BUT there is now a possible workaround for this.
That is by using the regular fields to calculate payments, get the Total and then pass the Total to the payment tool (in this case you will only use one payment tool on the same form).
Here is a user guide you should check -How-to-pass-a-calculation-to-a-payment-field
Here is a demo form http://www.jotformpro.com/form/41413741780956
In the demo form, noticed how the Total Fee is duplicated to the Paypal total field (payment tool).
Hope this help. Inform us should you need further assistance.
This workaround works a treat. Thanks so much. :)
On behalf of my colleague, you are welcome.
Do get back to us if you have any questions.