- CoreyAsked on January 22, 2018 at 01:07 PM
I have used Jotforms in the past with other projects and really liked it. I am considering migrating our forms from doForms over to Jotforms as I love the conditional formatting, and UI of JF. That being said, doForms has a great system for business in that we can set up and manage an app for your workers, where they can pull up a their tablet click the app and it pulls up all the forms relative to their position/ location. Is there anyway to make something like this in Jotforms at this time?
Also is there a way to auto populate form fields from a dataset. An example being, that in doforms they have an option to upload a csv file to your account, which you can then use generate a list of employee names, locations, and equipment. So the worker only has to type the first two letters of their name or the equipment in order to grab the whole name, and the name is listed correctly so that when the form is submitted the name, and location can auto populate a
- JotForm SupportdavidAnswered on January 22, 2018 at 02:01 PM
It is possible to share specific forms with other accounts as sub-users:
That was, they can log in to the appropriate account on the device and see only the forms and or data they should have access to.
As for populating the form from a spreadsheet, we do have the ability to do so but it is functionally different from what was being used in doforms. Here is more information on how to do so: