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Form Rules

Use form rules if you want to redirect to different web pages based on user input. Establish the condition and paste the URL. You can add as many redirect possibilities as necessary. You can also redirect users to a certain webpage based on the language they have selected on the form (if the feature is enabled). You’ll find the enabled languages of your form included in the condition’s dropdown list of your rule. To learn more about translations, follow our documentation here.

Redirect Rules

If you want the redirect to behave in a certain manner (e.g. redirect form visitors in a new frame), you must go the NotificationsForm User Option section, under Thank You Page and Redirects, just as you would have if you wanted to redirect all form visitors to the same web page. In Thank You Page and Redirects, enable any of the two options and use the dropdown to select how you want the redirect to behave (e.g. select in new frame (if browser allows it)). Press Save and switch back to the previous option. Hit Save again and you are done.

Learn more about how to redirect the form visitors to a certain web page by reading our documentation.

Related:
Confirmation Rules
Field Rules
Can I create advanced rules (that involve more than two fields)?

6 comments

  1. Hi,

    I’d like to add a rule that if a person does not approve of our terms and conditions they get a pop-up screen saying it is mandatory to approve the conditions to finish the form. Right now I only have the possibility to choose to direct the person to a homepage.

    1. Hello Björn,

      You will need to first add the Terms of Service field and then the error message in a HTML Block field, for example.
      The rule can be created like this: If the Terms of Service field is not checked, then show the HTML Block field with the error.

      Note that the same happens when you make the TOS field required. Your users will see an error message if trying to submit the form without checking that field.

      Feel free to contact our Support team at support@123formbuilder.com for more assistance.

      Thanks!

  2. Hi just wondering about this feature, Does the form redirect when an option on a single question is selected, or does it redirect upon submission of the entire form?

    1. Hello Sara!

      The redirect option runs when the entire form is submitted. So let’s say you have three available choices (A,B,C). You can set a condition that if choice A is selected, the user will be redirected to a certain URL. It can be a web page or another form.

      If you need assistance or have questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Support Team at support@123formbuilder.com or via our contact form.

      Thanks!

  3. I’d like a function whereby I can hide the header text after the next page is selected. Also the ability to add timers to individual pages within a form (3 would do)

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