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How can I go to a specific page based on user-input?Asked by digitaldoomthings on July 22, 2015 at 10:42 PM
Page 1 asks the user to select an option on page one. Option 1 should take the user to page two. Option 2 should take the user to page 3.
Can i pre-populate an un-editable text field from an earlier question? (i.e. user selects option on page one. page 2 has a field that is populated with the answer the user chose on page one)
Your second question has been moved to a new thread (https://www.jotform.com/answers/617400) as it is about a different issue. It will be dealt with in due course.
As to the first question, here's a jotform demonstrating the desired functionality. If you clone it and examine its conditions, you'll see the following:
Since page 2 immediately follows page 1 there's no need to create a condition for when Option 1 is selected.
Please see this guide for more information on our Conditions Wizard.
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