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Can I apply conditions to the 'NEXT' button?Asked by Effie on February 04, 2016 at 09:21 AM
I'm trying to apply conditions to the 'NEXT' button but without success. I would like to receive an email every time when someone fill some fields in the first page....but it doesn't work for me..could you please help?
I've attached the URL
Unfortunately, this is not possible. Notification are send only after the form is submitted. What you could do is created 2 different form. The first form would only contain a the first page of your form. Once the users submits the form, you would receive a notification and would be redirected to the next form which would begin with your second page of your form.
If you would like a small sample of how this would work, please let us know. We will be glad to create this for you.
Thanks Victor - I've done this but just one problem....now we get two separated emails from the same customer just as we wanted, however we are not able to match them!
The first form has the customer details, but the second one is an unknown. I would like to retrieve the Full name from the first URL and attach it somehow to the second one - is it possible? or any other idea how to pair the two forms?
Here is the link to the first URL http://transaustremovals.com.au/quote-request/
In order to link them please follow this guide: http://www.jotform.com/help/97-How-to-Save-Forms-and-Continue-Later
Let us know if you need more help, we will be glad to assist you.
OK...Sounds good, but before I'll go head and do it I would like to know if I am able to jump directly to page 2 in the second form? I'll explain what I want to do...
I want to transfer all the fields that the customer filled in the first form (Name, email, phone, moving date etc... here is the 1st form: http://transaustremovals.com.au/quote-request/
In order to do that, I will have to create the same fields in the second form/first page...which I am happy to do....however it wouldn't look too good if the customer land on the 'same stage' that he just completed - I would like him to jump straight away to the second page if possible?
Here is the second form: http://transaustremovals.com.au/quote-request-removalists/
Unfortunately, it is currently not possible to jump to the second page upon load of your form. As a workaround, you can just hide the fields of the first form in your second form so the user will not be able to see the fields.