- OnPath2015Asked on July 01, 2015 at 11:22 AM
Hi JotForm, I have spent the past 2 hours trying to update a Membership form that was migrated over from Adobe Forms Central.
I am trying and have attempted to use the product integration that you offer, in order to offer several fitness memberships on my client's website; however, I am finding your 'form builder' is not user friendly. I am having trouble customizing/ building simple options, as I keep getting error messages about numeric values. This is very frustrating and time-consuming. My deadline to have the form integrated on my client's website was this morning.
I have inserted the url for the form. I need your immediate help. It is also frustrating that there is not a technical team that I can speak to directly.
- JotForm SupportdavidAnswered on July 01, 2015 at 01:15 PM
Here is our in depth guide on how to get subscriptions setup in your form:
I tested this feature and I was indeed able to setup multiple subscription options without issue:
If you are getting a numeric value error, the only place I can think of that occurring is when entering the cost of your subscriptions. If you enter anything other than numbers and a single period, it will not allow the value to be entered.
If you could let us know where along the process you are having trouble, we will be happy to help.
- OnPath2015Answered on July 01, 2015 at 02:51 PM
Hi David, this still does not resolve my issue. If you look at the client's original form, they are offering subscriptions for other categories of fitness and require detailed information (class schedule) for each. I am not able to make page breaks within the form to add separate subscriptions for each fitness category. I have tried to modify the options within the payment wizard to reflect the classes, but it is very strict on the option values and I find that I am unable to include the info within the payment wizard options.
Is there a way to resolve this? ... it looks as though I may have to find other ways to build this form outside of JotForms.
- JotForm SupportdavidAnswered on July 01, 2015 at 03:05 PM
Unfortunately, subscriptions are rather limited. They cannot be forwarded to the payment field in the same manner as one time payments. Since they must be setup within the payment field itself, they are indeed limited to the options available in that field. You would need to setup a specific subscription for each different set of options. The payment field is also quite limited in regards to spacing and styling. If you need custom subscription amounts based on different package options, our forms may not be able to fully suit your needs.
- OnPath2015Answered on July 01, 2015 at 04:48 PM
Yes, I agree. I have exhausted every method (I think) to create a form that is comparable to what the client was using, and I can't seem to work with the features. Thank you for your help!