- kkrobinsonAsked on March 28, 2018 at 08:27 AM
Can you keep one version of a form published and available to an audience for submission while at the same time making edits to that form but NOT publishing those edits in real time (i.e. I want to complete the entirety of the edits without them getting them published in a piecemeal manner)?
What's the difference between publishing and enabling a form?
- JotForm SupportRichie_PAnswered on March 28, 2018 at 10:53 AM
You can edit your form while being published when you embed your form to your website and not using the IFrame code. However, if you're using the published link directly, all edits would take effect.
Please note that, when you edit fields e.g(remove or add) it will affect your submissions and previous submissions may be lost when fields are removed.
Publishing, is when you share your forms URL Link or embed your form into your website.
Enabling/Disabling a form
will let you set a specific date or submission limit in which your form would be disabled when the condition is met.
You can check this article for more information:-How-to-Enable-Disable-a-Form
Hope this information helps.
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