- menstromAsked on February 06, 2017 at 09:25 AM
We ask students for their birthdate, and it is displayed on the form as MM/DD/YYYY format. I even have "4-digit Year", below the year box. But, surprisingly, some students don't read. So they are entering a two-digit year instead of a four-digit year, and that messes up our dataload. I am using the Quick Field date, which apparently will accept the two-digit year in the year field. Is there a way to force the four-digit year (i.e., have an edit check that won't accept a two-digit year) using the Quick Field date?
- JotForm SupportNik_CAnswered on February 06, 2017 at 09:42 AM
Are you using Date field in this way:
I understand that even after the pop-up, you will be able to enter two digit year. So maybe you could use Date widget:
And here is how it works:
So, maybe you can use that widget for Date field.
Could that work for you?