- savageimagesAsked on July 23, 2012 at 10:16 AM
I think JotForm is great! Extremely user-friend. Simple. Clean. Effiencient.
It notes that I have used 3 of 100 submissions. If I can have unlimited forms, what is the 3 of 100 referring to?
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- JotForm SupportabajanAnswered on July 23, 2012 at 11:22 AM
Thanks for asking. Forms are one thing and submissions are another. A form is the document (for want of a better term) which the user completes and submits.
As an example, let's say a user loads your form (or a web page within which your form is embedded) in their browser and they complete it and hit its submit button. Their hitting that button will cause a submission to appear in your account. While all accounts (Free or otherwise) are indeed allowed to have an unlimited number of forms, Free accounts may only receive a maximum of 100 non-secure submissions or 10 secure submissions per calendar month. For further details, please see this thread.
If you need clarification on anything, do let us know.
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