- matt12671Asked on April 22, 2011 at 04:57 AM
I am using this for our wholesale customers. I'd like them to be able to enter a password so they can use the form which includes wholesale prices. I don't want our end-users to be able to access the form.
- JotForm Supportobi-wanAnswered on April 22, 2011 at 05:12 AM
You can use Conditions to password protect your forms. Here is a form which is created to write the tutorial below:
Here is how you can accomplish this:
1. Add a password question to the beginning of your form. The password box is under "Power Tools".
2. Add a "BageBreak" question to your form. It is under "Survey Tools" toolbox.
3. Add this Condition:
When "Enter password" Not Equals To "test"
It is actually quite simple. Until the user enters the correct password she keeps being returned back to the first page and can never see the next page.
Here is another example (where password is some another word) which shows how you should defıne the condition in this purpose: