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What is the best way to redirect volunteer to a second page?Asked by htphyllisc on August 13, 2014 at 11:52 AM
After our attendees fill out the volunteer form, we want to direct them to a 2 page document that has a list of our Coordinators contact information. What's the best way for us to do this?
Use your second page as the custom thank you URL so after a volunteer submits to the form, he or she will be redirected to it. Please check this guide: http://www.jotform.com/help/38-Redirecting-Users-to-a-Different-Page
Thank you, I like that feature! But how do I create a web link for my pdf document? I use Kingsoft Writer and converted it to a pdf file. I see a lot on line about how to create a hyperlink within the document, but not how to get a web link (or url) for the entire document.
Also, I used the matrix feature on my form to list 15 multiple choice options and 3 columns of 1st 2nd and 3rd choice. I need to be able to create a report to show what each applicant on the form selected on the multiple choice options. I see on the grid report it shows what they checked off which looks like the form itself, but with the high volume of applicants using the form, I need to see what they checked off broken down into a single Excel cell per person/applicant for example. Is this possible?
If not, any suggestions on how I could accomplish this with other applications by using the jotform reports?
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But how do I create a web link for my pdf document? I use Kingsoft Writer and converted it to a pdf file. I see a lot on line about how to create a hyperlink within the document, but not how to get a web link (or url) for the entire document.
I think you can upload the PDF to dropbox and get the URL to paste it in the redirect custom URL thank you page.
Here I leave to you some help from dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/help/16