Support » Fixing WordPress » Conditional Forms to Composite Products (ALL IN ONE)

  • Resolved coffeebean22


    I’ve been stuck trying to create a certain user experience and am hoping someone here can drop some knowledge to save my sanity.

    My business is an automated gifting service for various industries. Each industry is a little different, which means the products I offer have to be different.

    This is what I’m trying to do.

    On the home page, they select get started. Then, a new page loads and asks their profession (2 pictured options). For all intents and purposes, I’ll give an example for a visitor that is a realtor.

    The realtor selects “get started” on the home page. New page opens up, realtor confirms they are a realtor. Then, I ask a couple more questions to understand their situation (buyer client, seller client, investor client, etc…). This answer then feeds into building a composite product kit based on their profession and situation.

    I’m trying to get this seamless as possible by putting everything into ONE multistep form that starts with asking the realtor about the specific transaction.

    I’m currently running several plugins:

    Elementor Pro
    WooCommerce Composite Products
    WooCommerce Product Bundles
    WooCommerce Payments
    WooCommerce Customer/Order/Coupon Export
    Checkout Field Editor for WooCommerce (Pro)

    Any help would be extremely appreciated! Thanks guys

    • This topic was modified 2 days, 4 hours ago by coffeebean22.
    • This topic was modified 2 days, 2 hours ago by Jan Dembowski. Reason: Moved to Fixing WordPress, this is not an Developing with WordPress topic
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  • Moderator t-p


    I recommend asking at the plugin’s support so the plugin’s developers and support community can help you with this.

    While you will as @t-p noted need to gather support for your Commercial Products from the providers, I can help with a suggestion to try Gravity Forms to setup the primary steps that lead the clients to the final pages using Conditional Logic. It’s a very powerful tool.

    Thread Starter coffeebean22


    Thanks guys! Sorry about posting in the wrong area.

    I ended up finding a little success in going with a conditional logic form, to a composite product selection, to a one page checkout with conditional logic to get all of the information I need in the most appropriate places. This should at least give a streamlined feel with basic tools.

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