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Using Condition LogicAsked by ASHPWebCom on September 04, 2015 at 07:52 AM
I am building a form in Jotform with 3 pages. On page 1, there is condition that if one checks an option, one is taken to either page 2 or 3. First question is, is this possible where the condition logic is based on which option is chosen? Then if a user lands on page 3, another condition is set: to limit the number of submission to say...20. Second question, is this possible to have more than 1 condition logic in this 3-page form?
The URL I am providing below is just a rough draft of my form. I still have to get additional information from our content provider.
Can you please send me your answer directly at firstname.lastname@example.org?
I was reviewing your form and it seems that you were able to create a condition to skip pages.
For your other question, you can limit the number of submission you can do the following:
1. Click on Preferences button on the top toolbar
2. In the Preferences window click the Form Limits tab
3. On this tab you can limit the number of submissions and/or set an expiration date:
Hope this helps.
Victor M Larrea
Thanks for your response. The problem I am now encountering is that for me to limit the submission to Page 3 will also affect the submission limit to Page 2 which I do not want. Page 2 should have limitless submissions whilst Page 3 will be limited to 20 submissions. Is there a way to do this?
Unfortunately that is not possible to achieve.
Possible workaround is to create second form with fields from page 3 and then embed your second form with iFrame Embed widget to your first(main) form on page 3. Then you can set Form Limit to your second form.
That way your users will be able to submit your main form unlimited number of times, while your second form will have limit.
It is explain in this guide how to embed form inside of other form: https://www.jotform.com/help/182-How-to-Create-a-Basic-Multiple-Payment-form
Here is my demo form: http://form.jotformpro.com/form/52465926892974?
Inside of my second form I have set submission limit to 5 submissions.
Hope this will help. Let us know if you need further assistance.