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    I want each member to be able to login with their own password

    Asked by RonAsh50 on February 13, 2017 at 11:09 AM
    But I have another situation with another form that I created for a company
    that does reflexology.
    They have a questionnaire which I must compile. I started doing it on
    Jotform. So far so good.
    But now they want the form to be marked automatically.
    The last time I spoke to you about it I was told it can be done.
    I'm just not sure how to configure that.
    They have a question and a true or false choice.
    I'm not sure how to make that work for the marking section and how to get
    the marked results go to my client.
    That's one problem.
    The next problem is they want each member to be able to login with her own
    password (a separate password for each member and there are roughly 60
    Is there a way that you can help with the first part I mentioned (the
    marking section) and also maybe the last half (logging in with different
    I know this is a tall order.
    Kind regards
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    JotForm Support

    Answered by BDAVID on February 13, 2017 at 11:16 AM

    On regards of your first question about showing the results of the quiz, here is the thread where you were explained how to set it up: https://www.jotform.com/answers/943762 

    On regards of login credentials, we do not have such a feature. In fact, asking for login credentials goes against or terms of use. You might embed your form in a webpage that is password protected. Let us know if you have more questions.