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Membership form to accept mulitiple members

  1. spencerbrowne

    Hi I am on a legal committee and I want to use Gravity Forms to capture single membership applications (not true membership like s2member, just their name and email) and many memberships, meaning I want to give an individual the opportunity to sign up and also a legal firm to sign perhaps up to ten of their staff in one hit. All with payment portals depending on how many they sign up. I have created this thus far and it has been so laboursome - is there any easier way??

    Posted 6 years ago on Thursday January 10, 2013 | Permalink
  2. With multiple lines of data for each individual registrant, I'm not sure of an easier way to do it, especially if you need to handle payment for the total number of users. If you did not need to handle payment, you could collect the unchanging information one time (the person submitting the form, and the name of the firm) then collect the first user's information. Submit the form. Then offer a link to "register another" and that link will reload the form with the unchanging information pre-populated. They can do that however many times they need to. The problem would be the payment processing for each registration.

    Posted 6 years ago on Thursday January 10, 2013 | Permalink