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2. I would like to try to integrate both forms into one. By doing this, I would simplify the process and be able to use your suggested method for havAsked by flyingsquirrel on November 01, 2016 at 03:47 PM
2. I would like to try to integrate both forms into one. By doing this, I would simplify the process and be able to use your suggested method for having the coupons entered. The glitch is, I would need people to be able to click on a link that takes them to my Paypal payment page (Not your integrated Paypal payment system). Is there a way to have more than one submit button? If so, one button would be pay by check in the mail (sumbits the form) and the other sumbit button would submit the form and open a link at the same time. OR, if only one submit button, I managed to add a Paypal button image with a link - that's a bit more complicated for people because they have to sumbit the form, and go to paypal separately.
You can show/hide the PayPal and Pay By Check fields based on user selections using conditional logic feature. Please see the next guide to get an idea on this.
With the same conditional logic, you can redirect users to different Thank You Pages/URLs.
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