- jaysecreastAsked on July 05, 2016 at 09:21 PM
I created a registration form where parents enter their information and the information of up to four kids they are registering for baseball/softball. I would like to take the information entered and have it create a separate record for each child registered (as well as the parent's contact for each child). For example, if four kids are registered four records would be created when the form is submitted with a record for each child.
Additionally I would like to have the form pass info to another spreadsheet when submitted.. for example, a clothing spreadsheet that would display each child registered and the clothing selections for each.
As far as I can tell the google spreadsheet integration will only allow single records to be transferred.
I contemplated creating a single form for each child being registered that would pass through to a google spreadsheet, but am concerned that information can be entered and submitted but then payment aborted essentially creating erroneous records. Now thinking creating a separate form for each child would be best, but how can I prevent all of the forms from writing to the respective google spreadsheet until payment is processed?
- JotForm SupportliyamAnswered on July 05, 2016 at 11:57 PM
In the case of creating separate records for each child and In the matter of the form submitting to another spreadsheet, unfortunately these are not possible. So the best solution you have for a child with separate record for each would be having to do a submission per child.
Regarding making payments and the submission getting forwarded to Google Spreadsheet, the submission going to the integration will only happen after the submission gets completed. While the payment is pending, nothing will be forwarded.
If in case I missed something on your concerns, please let us know.
- jaysecreastAnswered on July 06, 2016 at 07:25 PM
So hypothetically I could create a separate form for each child and they wouldn't be submitted until payment is processed/submit button is hit?
- JotForm SupportjonathanAnswered on July 06, 2016 at 08:55 PM
That is correct. To clarify more, if there is a payment option in the form, the payment transaction must be a successful or completed submission first before the integration to the google spreadsheet will occur.
If each separate form for each chield have paymnet option, they will all behave similarly during submission.
Let us know if still not clear.
- jaysecreastAnswered on July 06, 2016 at 08:59 PM
Thanks for the explanation!
- jaysecreastAnswered on July 07, 2016 at 10:12 PM
Ah, I didn't fully comprehend your answer.
So to utilize a multiform registration each form with a registered child would have to have a payment button? What I'm looking for would have the following... is it possible?
Child One's Info
Parent's info would be passed through from form 1
Calculate registration fee for child
Child Two's Info
Parents info would be passed through from form 1 and/or 2
Calculate registration fee for child two & add to fee from child one
Submit/Payment button that would send parent to paypal with total registration fee
Only after the submit button on form four is pressed and payment is completed would the information from forms 2 & 3 be pushed to respective google spreadsheet (would even be nice to have it pushed to the same spreadsheet as fields would be identical.) My concern is that if I have submit buttons on forms 2 & 3 the information will be pushed to the spreadsheet at that time and the user could back out of payment and I wouldn't be any wiser.
- JotForm SupportliyamAnswered on July 07, 2016 at 11:58 PM
Thank you for elaborating your intended process.
Unfortunately, on the 1st few forms before making payment, the submission will go to the Google Spreadsheet integration immediately. Only the last form which has the payment process will only have the capacity to wait for the submission to be completed before the submitted information will be forwarded to Google Spreadsheet. This is because, each form is independent from each other.
So while it's possible to transfer information from one form to another, it's not possible for the spreadsheet integration of the earlier forms to be dependent to the last form's conclusive payment.