- SmatthewAsked on January 18, 2018 at 12:25 PM
I have a couple of suggestions/questions:
I create forms that I don't expect a user to have to complete in one attempt. Therefore I allow them to edit their form as needed until I disable the form.
1) A save button would be much appreciated. I'm sure I am not the only client that would love to offer this option to those completing their form. Right now I use the "submit" button as a "save" button on each of my pages simply by renaming the button, but hate that my user has to go back into the form from the edit link placed in the thank you message or the edit link included in the followup email.2) I have issues downloading all of my submissions to a pdf because of the high number of submissions. The first export works, the second one fails. I did look at options to troubleshoot this issue, but export based on date range option does not appeal to me. Have you ever thought of adding a print range based on number of submissions. Like print to pdf submissions 1-10. Print pdf submissions 11-20, etc.
Any guidance you have would be appreciated.
- JotForm SupportRichie_PAnswered on January 18, 2018 at 01:34 PM
The save and continue later was meant to use the form directly,that it does not have to go into the website to continue the work sessions. That is why a link URL was provided on the email message.
If you can describe more about what the save button process in the save & continue a form and not using an edit Link, so that we can check it.
I have moved your second question to another thread. https://www.jotform.com/answers/1353853-2 to avoid confusion.
We will answer your second question shortly.