- maxarboAsked on December 22, 2012 at 04:37 PM
I need an easy spell it out for me way to do this.
I would buy your pro edition it you can give me an easy non-techie way to do this.
I want to capture the persons name and email address on page one,
On page two I want to get their mobile number or have an order page.
****If they decide to bail on the second page, I still want page one captured***
****Or if they are doing a 10 page survey and bail after page 3 or 4...I still want to capture that data****
You guys have never given me a real easy way to do this over the past few years. You always give some cryptic work around with ID's or multiple linked forms. Maybe by now after 2 years you have a simple built-in solution for me.
If you have a solution can you give it to me with detailed instructions and a contact so I can start implementing it and spending money with you guys?
We were even interested in licensing your code but we never got past this.
For some reason this link wasn't coming up for me.
- JotForm SupportjonathanAnswered on December 22, 2012 at 05:25 PM
Use this guide for start http://www.jotform.com/help/97-How-to-Save-Forms-to-Continue-Later
Then, test this form(1st form) - provide the information, then submit the form.
If you test the 1st form, you will be able recieve an email to the email address you provided. Check your email and read the quick instruction message. Actually, as soon as you test submit the 1st form, you will immediately see an instruction message.
When you are in the 2nd form , provide the data then click the save button. You can go back to this 2nd form anytime using the link in the instruction email message from the first form.
To simplify, use this this test form. Done.
There is no way you will loose the information on the 1st form as long as you submit the form.
The 2nd form can be as long as you like., and you can always get back to where you have stop.
Hope this help. Please inform us if you are still not able to get it.
By the way, you could not open this link http://www.jotform.com/answers/132335-Save-information-for-later-with-page-segments becase it is set to private mode.