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Can I add another button to the Page Break?Asked by snaplash on February 17, 2016 at 08:53 AM
I would like three buttons on the page break :
Next (labelled "Add Another Scene") which will go to the next page
another Next (labelled "Let's Wrap Up") that will go to the page BEFORE the Submit button.
If that is not possible....Would it be possible to add 3 html buttons in a row and have them link to those pages on my form?
Thank you so much!
Though it is not possible to add another button to the page break with different functionality, it is possible to have the "Next" button skip to different pages depending on selections in the form. Here is our guide on how to setup conditional page skips:
Thank you David,
That is unfortunate, can I achieve his by using HTML buttons? ie can I link to diferent form pages from a button? If so could you show me an example.
If you set up conditional page skips, you can simulate exactly what you are looking for without the need to add extra buttons. As far as I know, it is not possible to add your own buttons to skip to different pages in the form.
Thanks David, sorry to be a pain, but I do not understand how I could achieve this with Conditions.
I want the user to choose whether to:
1: Add another Scene to their Video
2: Choose their Music and Finish
There would be no qualifying argument made that Conditional Logic could be based on.
The only way would be to add a Checkbox "Do you want to add another Scene?" - Then that would work, But I am trying to minimize user input as much as possible.
Is that what you meant?
That is exactly what I meant. It does add one more step to the form, a very short one, but does what you would like it to do.
Ok, thanks for your help. Appreciated.