jotform & weebly, jotform & google, conditional logic & payment

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    Asked on August 22, 2014 at 09:13 AM


    I'm researching my options at the moment, and  a bit of newbie to this!

    We have a website created on weebly; we organise multiple races and events over the year.  We have someone to write some code to create a m/s login functionality, so that people only need to create a profile once, and subsequently this data will prepopulate entry forms.

    Our plan is to create the profile and entry forms with jotform and embed them in the site. The code being written will then collect data from the former, and use it to pre-populate the latter. 

    The entry form will also include our paypal details - it appears we are unable to avail ourselves of the paypal store facility, but have to create our own within jotform?

    It looks as though jotform apps will permit us to offer conditional methods of payment - e.g. bank transfer, paypal, cash, subsequent to completing the entry form?

    The data from the entry form needs to be accessed by not only ourselves, but also the race organiser or owner ( we offer a selection of services ranging from timing to a turn-key event), and it seems to me that the best way to do this is to have the data exported to a google spreadsheet? Will this happen in realtime as people submit forms?

    Is it possible to use the conditional logic to send a form's data to a certain spreadsheet dependent on the event chosen?
    Is it also possible to use conditional logic with the payment integration so that only payment options relevant to the chosen event are made available (e.g. age related price structure, race distance related price structure?).

    That should do for now :-)

    Many thanks


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    Answered on August 22, 2014 at 10:07 AM

    Hi Angus,

    Your first question will be answered here, but the rest will be moved into a separate thread. Please kindly check below for the links.

    1. it appears we are unable to avail ourselves of the paypal store facility, but have to create our own within jotform?

    -Yes, you will have to use our Paypal Integration is that case. You cannot just use Paypal buttons and add it to your Jotform form. We have the following guides:

    You can check for related guides to our Help Section:



    Payment Methods:

    Sharing of Data, through Google Spreadsheet or another ways:

    Sending Form Data to a certain spreadsheet:

    Conditional Logic on Payment Integration:


    Thank you!

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    Answered on August 22, 2014 at 11:16 AM

    Thanks Welvin, I'll go through the links. I like the short response time :-)

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    Answered on August 22, 2014 at 12:19 PM

    On behalf of my colleague you are very welcome and if you need any help from us in the future feel free to talk to us again. :0)