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PayPal/Check option payment formAsked by rproelss on April 01, 2016 at 04:53 PMThe second issue is that the fee schedule allows participants to select what they are signing up for and even if paying by check, they need to see both the field, "fee schedule" and the total, even if just in the email that gets sent to them. In our spreadsheet that Jotform creates, we are also missing the payment amount information, so we don't know what they owe either.
If I understood you correctly you want to allow your users to select product on your form and once the products are selected if users select Check option, product that they have selected should be shown on submission page of your form and inside of email that is sent to your users.
I have cloned and tested your form and currently products that are selected inside of PayPal payment field will not be shown inside of submissions, if Check option is selected. This is happening because of the condition you have set inside of your form to hide Paypal field if Check option is selected.
Workaround for this issue is to create list of you product fields outside of payment field. Then, same as now you will need to have payment option field. If the check option is selected your users will be able to submit the form and all submitted data will be shown on your submission page. If they select PayPal, Paypal payment filed will be shown and total amount will be passed to PayPal field and once your form is submitted your users will be redirected to PayPal.
To achieve this you will need to perform calculation inside of your form. Iside of this guide you can find how to do it: http://www.jotform.com/help/259-How-to-perform-calculation-in-the-form
Then you will need to pass calculation to PayPal payment field:
Hope this will help. Let us know if you need further assistance.
That makes sense. I will set up the form as you suggest and post if I encounter obstacles. Thank you!
You're welcome, on behalf of my colleague.
Sure, if you encounter an issue do let us know, we will assist you as soon as possible with that.