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Multiple Choice and expiration

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  • Chris Bjorklund
    This is why I use a different form for each event/date, which also solves the problem of differing limits on how many can attend. I then create a landing page to house all of the relevant forms which I can edit to remove past events. (Use the link to this page in emails and on the web versus the form link.) Each form can be set to expire and send the contact to an expiration landing page, which could include an option to go on a waiting list.

    Or you can manually edit the form but I think you wanted it more automated.
    Hope that helps.


    ------Original Message------

    Is any way to establish expiration for a form that has multiple choices? (for example, we have a meeting that will be in London on 30 March, in Rome on 4 April, and in Berlin o 15 April, so you must choose where are you going to go to the meeting, then we need that on 31 March, the Rome option  isn't available anymore). Thanks in advance!

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    Isabel Rueda
    London Roadshow Attendee, GRIT AND RAD S.L.
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  • Temporary Grit
    Thanks a lot Chris! 
    Great idea, we will try it.


    ------Original Message------

    This is why I use a different form for each event/date, which also solves the problem of differing limits on how many can attend. I then create a landing page to house all of the relevant forms which I can edit to remove past events. (Use the link to this page in emails and on the web versus the form link.) Each form can be set to expire and send the contact to an expiration landing page, which could include an option to go on a waiting list.

    Or you can manually edit the form but I think you wanted it more automated.
    Hope that helps.


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