- webdeskAsked on February 14, 2011 at 05:36 PM
I really like JotForm. I have my clients sent us many things for their websites and I forward these attachments to our team via tool that strips out html. The work around was simple, I thought, in the bottom of the email, I used the "edit link" feature so they get a link to the submitted form. Then I assumed that they could download the attachments as I can, but they get an access denied message.
Learning of this made me smile, because I like security provisions like this. It's good to know that not everyone can view these docs. How can I give my staff access to these docs?
Thanks for your help!
- webdeskAnswered on February 14, 2011 at 06:02 PM
I figured it out. We noticed that there was a slight change in the url when I viewed it, to when my staff viewed it. All they have to do it change the URL and they can access it.