- PatrickAsked on January 26, 2016 at 12:29 PM
I alreayd used jotform for online forms and it was great, but I need somethign more complex.
I need a booking system for my website.
My website is using Jquery and needs to be responsive.
Could I allow only people with ID and password to be able to book?
I don't need any payment facility so far.
Then, could I use Jotform to print something like tickets, because oncce booked, my customers need to be able to print a ticket.
Thanks for your time.
- JotForm SupportMike_GAnswered on January 26, 2016 at 04:14 PM
With regards to the ID(username) and password, I believe you can implement that with your website separated from Jotform. Only users with the correct username and password would be able to access the form from a page that is embedded on your website.
There are also ways for you to generate tickets here with Jotform, one of which is creating an autoresponder. If you set up an auto-responder on your form, every time your form is submitted, an email autoresponder will be sent to the user's email who filled your form and submitted it. That would, of course, require you to get the email address of the user within the form.
You can edit the content of the email autoresponder through its Compose Email section, where you can include an image of your ticket that they can download from a link and print it.
May I ask you to provide us more information on how you would like your ticket to look like, please? Or how would you want it generated? Is it base on the answers on your form that your user put in?
We will wait for your response. Thank you.
- PatH07Answered on January 27, 2016 at 03:32 AM
Thank you for the great answer.
I will study all that, thanks again.
- JotForm SupportTitusNAnswered on January 27, 2016 at 05:53 AM
You're welcome. Let us know if you have further questions - happy to help.