- AssocVascularAccessAsked on February 25, 2016 at 02:10 PM
I would like to set it up so that the "member registration" field is hidden, however the payment portion shows and the amount charged is based on specific answers.
If: "Are you an AVA member" is marked yes AND "Type of Registration" is In Studio THEN the price is $100
If: "Are you an AVA member" is marked no AND "Type of Registration" is In Studio THEN the price is $125
If: "Are you an AVA member" is marked yes AND "Type of Registration" is Via Webcast THEN the price is $75
If: "Are you an AVA member" is marked no AND "Type of Registration" is Via Webcast THEN the price is $100
Is this possible? Thank you for your help.
- BorisAnswered on February 25, 2016 at 03:32 PM
Yes, Cindy, this is possible with JotForm forms.
1. You will need to use a Number field, and set up conditional rules to insert your desired value into this number field based on which options are selected. This number field can be hidden by clicking its gear-shaped icon > Hide Field, so that your users do not see it.
2. Please take a look at our guide on Smart Forms Using Conditional Logic, and particularly the update/calculate field type of conditions, which we also call the insert conditions. You will use these conditions to insert a desired value into the number field.
3. You will also need to use a Form Calculation field, and set it up so that it only calculates the value of the Number field from step 1. As our conditions will update the Number field, that same value will automatically go to the Form Calculation field as well.
Please take a look at our guide on how to perform calculation in the form.
4. Finally, we will be passing the value from the calculation field into the payment tool for accepting payments.
The reason why we can't conditionally update the calculation field directly is because calculation on condition would conflict, so we are conditionally updating the value of a number field, and than the calculation can take that conditional value and pass it on to the payment tool.
Let us know if you need any further assistance in setting it up, and we will be glad to assist.
- AssocVascularAccessAnswered on February 25, 2016 at 06:45 PMI understand what is being said below, except I’m not sure exactly how to tie it into my form. I don’t have a quantity of product. I have 2 different fields that determine the amount (member/non-member and type of registration). Since neither of them are an amount field I don’t know how to tie all the instructions together below.
- JotForm SupportChriistianAnswered on February 25, 2016 at 09:22 PM
I checked your form and I can see that you were successful in adding the conditions based on your specifications. The prices in the payment field change depending on the conditions that you have previously stated.
If you have any other concerns, feel free to contact us again.
- AssocVascularAccessAnswered on February 25, 2016 at 09:45 PMYes. But can you see that there is a "0" missing at the end of each of the values? How do I fix that?
- JotForm SupportChriistianAnswered on February 26, 2016 at 12:43 AM
To remove the decimals, simply follow the steps below.
1. Open the conditions wizard.
2. Click the Pencil icon to edit the conditions.
3. Press backspace on your keyboard to remove the decimals on the calculation field.
Do the same to the rest of the conditions until all of them have no decimals.
As you can see, the total value now has no decimals.
If you need further assistance, please let us know.