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Perform two submission on a single form - Two separate submit buttonsAsked by doyinck on April 08, 2016 at 01:54 PM
Thank you for your previous help!
On our conference website there are two purposes.
One is to submit a proposal and the other for payment. We want respondents to be able to submit a proposal without making a payment. The problem is that after the creation of the Proposal Submit button it reverts to the PayPal icon on our webpage.
Is it possible to have the buttons serve two different purposes or is a new website required?
I don't really think you can have two submit button on the same form that would work the way you want, like two different form. The page break on you form serves only as a visual separation between section on the same form.
For what you need to achieve I would suggest you create two different form, one for the Proposal and the second to collect payment. You will then connect them together using conditions on the Proposal form.
An example would be to have an option on Proposal form allowing someone to select if a payment will be made or not, and redirect to the Payment form based on that selection.
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