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Creating a form that allows you to go to another formAsked by Scioto_Hills_Camp on May 13, 2015 at 05:13 PM
Is there way to create a form where one of the questions gives them a few choices and each choice would direct them to a new jot form form?
Yes, that is possible.
You will need to use Conditional Logic, and add a rule to Change Thank You URL after submission when the desired choice is selected.
You would then have to put a link to the new form that they should be redirected to when they have selected a desired answer.
This demo is simply made so that it redirects to a Wikipedia article, you would want to use form URLs instead.
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