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Using one form on multiple pagesAsked by pmmcoyjf on December 16, 2014 at 03:35 PM
Is it possible to use one form on multiple pages and each sent to different locations?
Example: With several profile pages of live music acts each contains a contact form where the booking request availability and so on information is sent to that act and myself only? This is a rating form. It will be replaced by the request form sample page.
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We can send different email notifications based on conditional logic on form.
You can use the same form on different pages. In this case, you might consider populating some hidden field differently, and then use that populated value in conditions.
Take a look at the following guide to get the idea about prepoplation:
If you use the form source code, you can populate the field directly via the code.
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This can also be done with our Get Referrer widget. To illustrate, please enter your email in the jotform on this web page and submit it. Now, check your email and you'll see the page's color (orange) in the subject of the notification. Do likewise with the jotform on this page and you'll see a different notification (the blue green one). The same jotform is embedded in each page. (If you check the page source you'll see that the form IDs match: 43496114135957.)
The notfication you get depends on the page URL captured by the widget. If you clone the jotform from its own URL (http://form.jotformpro.com/form/43496114135957) you'll see the widget and if you check the form's conditions, you'll see the following:
The URLs of the web pages need not contain the form's ID. It's just a naming convention I use.
If you need more information on how to implement either of our solutions, please let us know.