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I want 2 submit buttons, one to go to paypay and a separate one to send form data to my email.Asked by TheIIC on September 03, 2016 at 01:21 PM
It is possible to have 2 Submit buttons in the form. BUT the 2 Submit button will only have same Action/operation upon execution/submit. That is, every submit button will submit the form to our server.
Every time when user will submit the form, you will get the submission data to your email.
If you have any query or need further assistance, feel free to revert back.
I figured out my issue. If I have a paypal integration into my form, if I don't default the choice and instead have the customer check the choice, I can have my first submit button submit the data and a second direct to paypal. Apparently, if you have items default selected in a paypal integration, all the submit buttons will go to paypal. Leave the customer to check and you can have one submit button to capture data while the other interacts with paypal.
That is correct, if there is no product selected which would constitute to an amount, it will not go to Paypal anymore since there is no transaction to make. Otherwise, if there is an item selected (by default or by choice of user), it will go to Paypal for proper purchasing for its corresponding amount.
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