- mfuchsmanAsked on November 19, 2012 at 01:44 PM
Hi. I've seen other questions regarding storage space. I too would love to see JotForm act as a conduit to allow my customers to upload files directly to Dropbox instead of having to deal with the data limits of JotForm. My Dropbox account is much larger than the 1 GIG size of the premium offering. I also can't pay $50 a month for 150 gig nor would that be enough space. The Jotform form capability is AWESOME for establishing forms and allowing clients to submit information via the created forms, but the storage options are really limiting and costly for higher storage needs.
- JotForm SupportNeilVicenteAnswered on November 19, 2012 at 01:56 PM
I think we have already discussed this topic on the thread you have opened in the past:
Your account's limit is now 10GB. This isn't exactly a bandwidth limitation, so when your account is almost on this limit, our system will notify you so you can delete submissions and free up space.
- MikeAnswered on November 20, 2012 at 06:10 PMAtually, the 10GB is a big bandwidth limitation. I currently don't have a limit because I'm not using Jotform to allow clients to upload files to; however, if I did, I would easily exceed 50 - 60 GB per day of uploads - Photoshop PSDs, Illustrator logos, audio files, videos, etc. Since this would be the case, I would be spending too much time during the day cleaning stuff off the site so others can upload files as the storage limit of 10GB is too small. That's why it would be great if we can use Jotform to establish a Production Order Form, but allow the files to go directly to Dropbox.
- fxrAnswered on November 20, 2012 at 06:16 PM
Unfortunately upload files have to go via our servers.