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Store "datas access" on form like in cookiesAsked by edimedia_tv on July 20, 2013 at 09:50 AM
My forms are structured in 3 parts:
1th form: an intro where customers can choose 4 products (in separate forms)
2th form: client is redirected in form where has to insert his name and e-mail and he can setup product features
3th form: page of thanks, other products, contacts or close form
Some customers ask me if possible that datas (name and e-mail) entered in 2th form could store like data in cookies on web to avoid to have to re-enter those if they quit from browser.
Have a pleasant wk at all!
That is possible with enabling Auto Fill Feature (Save now and continue later). Check these guides:
How to Enable Auto Fill Feature | Save Form Entries to Continue Later - This is using our built-in Feature from Form Advance Settings. Works only in the same computer where they have fill in the data.
How to Save Forms to Continue Later - This is a workaround using Sessions URL. This needs two forms. Works in different computers for as long as the Session URL is typed in.
If you want to pass value from one form to another, this thread will help accomplish such: http://www.jotform.com/answers/234321-How-to-pass-value-from-one-form-to-another-form
Let us know if you need any further assistance.