- clubformsAsked on January 31, 2013 at 06:40 AM
Hi Guys & Gals
I've had reason to use the grading field for the first time, so that people filling in the form can tell me what %-age of their time they spend on specific market focus.
I can specify that the total of the grading fields should not exceed 100, and jotforms also provides a warning when someone enters values that total above 100, BUT jotforms does not prevent a total of 100 being submitted if they choose to ignore the warning.
Rather than simply issuing a message when the total exceeds the specified limit, is it possible to have validation on this to prevent it?
- JotForm SupportEltonCrisAnswered on January 31, 2013 at 07:48 AM
Sorry but that's how grading tool works currently. Let me please forward this to our development team as a feature request. Sorry though for we can't provide any ETA on this. But once the correction is added, we'll let you know.
- JotForm SupportkennethAnswered on March 11, 2013 at 10:52 AM
Thanks for reporting this bug-like thing, it is really inconvenience to have this. Where user can just ignore the warning and input whatever they want.
Well , I succesfully replicate the problem and found the cause. So I fixed it for you, I have put a validation so user input should not exceed to the total number given. There is also a feature that the user can only enter "numeric" values. Look at this one. Please report back if problem still persist.