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How to get multiple entires off one membership formAsked by cdunham on October 05, 2016 at 09:21 PM
I would like a way for people to register multiple members with this membership form without having to do multiple transactions. Is there a way to "add to cart" each form and do as many member entries as needed in one session?
Hello @cdunham, I'm not sure I understood your question properly. Are you asking if there's a way for users/respondents to enter multiple input fields, as many as they want, then submit it in one go?
If that's what you're aiming to do, there are a couple of widgets that might fit your requirements. However, since we don't know exactly what your workflow would be, I'll just list them all:
4. Add Options
Each of the links above will direct you to the Widget itself along with a description on how it works. There's also a DEMO button on each of them so you can see how it works on an actual form.
Related guide: How-to-Add-a-Widget-to-your-Form
Give them a try and don't hesitate to ask questions if you get stuck along the way.
So I guess what I am looking for is a why for the person to fill out the fields in the form for 1 member including selecting a payment and then maybe a button on the bottom that would allow them to start a 2nd, 3rd, etc.. and then pay for them all together at the end.
I tried making each its own page but I am only allowed to have the payment field in it once and need to track each type of payment for each member.
hope this is more clear.
If I understand your question correctly, you would like to create a dynamic form according to user selection(s) and make only one transaction for one and multiple person.
This is of course possible with a little trick. You just need to create person details separately on the form and create condition(s) according to selection(s)and calculate the amounts with respect to the those selections. After that, you just need to pass calculation value to your payment wizard.
You may have a look my sample form for more details about how to calculate a field value according to a condition. Please feel free to clone it.
These are the guidance that you may have a look for further assistance.
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