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Linking another form to another formAsked by mgregov on December 01, 2015 at 01:35 PM
I have created three forms. The first form is the main form and has three options.
click here for a new account
click here to make changes
click here for something else
Now what I am trying to do is. If a client clicks on open a new account a link (my new account form I created) pops up for them to click on so they can go fill out that form
If they click on make changes - then another link pops up
is this possible?
Also is it possible for a client to go back to a previous filled out form to make changes or check off a checklist?
If I understand you correctly, you have a main form. In this form you have some options and depending on what the user selects, you would like to have a popup window appear with the next form.
Unfortunately this is not possible. You would need to export the source code and customize it to your needs.
If your forms are small, you can create a big form with different pages. Depending on what the users select, you can have it jump to different pages. In other words, you can create a form:
Main page: page 1
click here for a new account: page 2
click here to make changes: page 3
click here for something else: page N
Depending on what the users enter on the Main Page, you can have condition to jump to the correct page.
The other way is to have your form redirect, change the thank you page, depending on the selection of the form.
Please let us know if this helps.