- JotForm DeveloperoliviaAnswered on January 16, 2017 at 10:26 AM
If the sub-users create any forms in their Free accounts normal limits as you mentioned above will be applicable as of free account.
100 monthly submissions
10 monthly payment submissions
1,000 monthly form views
5 total forms
100MB total space
500 total submission storage
If you create a form in your Silver account and share it with sub-user, limits will be applicable based on your account plan and not of sub-user account plan.
Have a look at this guide about how to share your forms with sub-users: How-to-Share-Forms-with-a-Sub-account-User
If you need any other details, please feel free to let us know.
- SharronHamnettAnswered on January 16, 2017 at 10:45 AMDear Olivia
Yes I understand about sharing forms as we currently do this as well. However the problem I have as a sub-user is that I see all of the forms that have ever been created on the main account – including those that have been archived by the main account user and do not appear in her view any more. I understand that this is because they have not been permanently deleted. This is very frustrating however as it means I have to scroll through all the forms to find the one that I want.
Is there any way that a sub-user can have more than 5 forms/100 monthly returns without having to buy a whole new account?
Mrs S Hamnett
St Ambrose College
- JotForm SupportJanAnswered on January 16, 2017 at 01:03 PM
Unfortunately, you cannot create more than 5 forms under the Free account. If your account was grandfathered before the number of forms limit, then you can keep these forms. However, you cannot create a new one or restore a deleted form.
You can see the all the forms from the main account because the main user provided you an access to all of the forms. Here's a screenshot:
I would recommend you transfer the active form to the main account which is under the Bronze plan. In this way, the submission limits that will be applied to the main account.
If you have any questions, let us know. Thank you.