How can I keep user on my website after they submit form? NO REDIRECT

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    sharon Scharrer 
    Asked on April 08, 2019 at 07:41 PM

    I have tried a number of these forms apps.  Yours is easy. I like it.  I tested it in my website and it does the same thing all the others do. It takes users off or my website to a big full page window and has a kind of "next" feature that asks user if he wants to create his own jotform.

    We are a senior residential community.  We have a hard enough time getting residents to use our website for important notifications and to fill out and submit important forms.

    I like the thank you for submiting form.  I do not need them to get an email notification. I just want their completed form to email to me (webmaster). When they are done I want the only option for user to be a box that says finished, or closed or anything that puts them right back on our website where they clicked on the form in the first place.  No confusion. These are not people who want to make their own jotforms. They are not your customers. 

    Is there anyway I can accomplish my objectives with your application?

    I don't want a redirect back to our home page because they will land on the public page and have to sign in again.

     

    Thanks  Sharon

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    jherwin
    Answered on April 08, 2019 at 09:49 PM

    It takes users off or my website to a big full page window and has a kind of "next" feature that asks a user if he wants to create his own jotform.

    - The jotform branding can be removed by upgrading your account to any of our paid plans.

    I do not need them to get an email notification. I just want their completed form to email to me (webmaster)

    - If you don't want to send a copy of submissions to their email or respondent of your form then please delete the autoresponder. The notification is for you, this will send the data/submissions of the users to your email.
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    When they are done I want the only option for user to be a box that says finished, or closed or anything that puts them right back on our website where they clicked on the form in the first place.

    If you do not want to redirect them then the option is to show only the thank you page or thank you message.

    By the way, have you tried redirecting them to the exact URL where the form is embedded?

    Guide: Redirecting-Users-to-a-Different-Page