Different email response based on...

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Current:
I am doing some seminars and want to offer the seminar material as download for attendees. At his point I have 2 links in the response email so they can choose and download either file.

The Goal:
I have a drop down with...
Seminar 1
Seminar 2
Both

Wondering if there is a way, based on the user selection i.e. seminar 1 to send a link or response email with only that link, so I would have 3 response emails seminar 1, 2 and both.

Thoughts?
User 2942998 Photo


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or...direst them to a different response page based on the field selected?
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Hi keith,
Are you going to be publishing this to your own host so you can alter after export?
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Yes, this will be hosted on my server.
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For the upcoming seminars I just added the links into the response message, but for future I'm still interested in seeing if this would work for other applications.
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What you can do is the Redirect to another URL option on the Confirm Page tab.
This will allow you to use the Session variables to give a customized view.
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Hey Eric,

Thanks for the info, just to be clear before I do a bunch of reading and experimenting on session variables I want to make sure I'm on track.

I have 30 training course outlines and rather than a file download link for each I would create a form or a form for each primary topic i.e. Fiber Optics, Copper, Networking, etc.

In the form would be a dropdown with the appropriate course titles, let say 5 courses, 1-5, and a redirect to a web page

When the customer filled out the form and selected course 1, they would be redirected to the web page, and using session variables, they would be provided a download link for the course 1 outline?

I guess the other option would be to build 30 forms and embed the link in the confirmation...

Thanks for your input and direction Eric.
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You can capture the $_SESSION variables and display the appropriate content to the user.
See if this is what you looking for. A very basic example to show concept.
https://ericrohloff.com/coffeecup/ccfor … /seminars/
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That's pretty much the concept. Would I be wrong to assume that the response could be put into a frame on a single page?
Also would this work on a dropdown?

And thanks for the example.
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Yes, you can do what ever you want to do with this as far as styling and linking to content and how that appears to the user. PDF, ZIP, CSV, html, etc.
Yes you can use a dropdown for this also. If you share your form I can tweak the code to fit what you already have and post it for you to try.
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This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
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https://pestlogbook.com
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
https://ericrohloff.com

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