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    Questions and Requirements

    Asked by Grant on August 16, 2013 at 05:57 PM

    We have a few questions/requirements about your product:

    Do you have a Plugin to WordPress?  Or does your product Seamlessly embed in html page?

    Do you have an Integration to Authorize.net,  Paypal Std, Chargify, Stripe ?

    Can we create checkout forms on our WP site (including credit card info) and pass the submitted form to Authorize.net or Paypal for processing?
    If yes, what security features do you provide/recommend for this use case?
    Is recurring billing (i.e. Authorize.net ARB or Paypal recurring payments) supported?

    Questions for Form providers around user inputted data:

    Do you have an integration with Moodle or do you have any references that have embedded your forms in Moodle?
    If not, what is required to embed your forms into a .php based LMS system like Moodle?

    How do you store user submitted payment data (i.e. credit card information)?

    How do you store user submitted data (non-payment related data)?
    How can admins/users view or report on that data?
    Specifically, our use case is to capture performance data from our users on a weekly basis.  We would like to be able to report on that data (by user and aggregated) and we would like to be able to present trended data (by time) to the same user (via embedding it in the Moodle .php LMS system) and only that user.  Think of it like a survey form, except that we want to capture a new survey result each week and we want to be able to show the trended survey results to that specific user.  

    Thanks,
    Grant

    survey survey form style size
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    JotForm Support

    Answered by jonathan on August 16, 2013 at 08:30 PM

    Hi Grant,

    Do you have a Plugin to WordPress?  

    Yes we have. Check this links on the WP plugin.

    Embed-Form-Plugin-for-Wordpress

    New-Wordpress-Plugin-JotForm-Feedback-Button

     

    Or does your product Seamlessly embed in html page?

    Yes. You can learn more from here Share+Forms


    Do you have an Integration to Authorize.net,  Paypal Std, Chargify, Stripe ?

    Yes to all. You can check them here Payment+Forms .For Stripe here.

     

    Can we create checkout forms on our WP site (including credit card info) and pass the submitted form to Authorize.net or Paypal for processing?

    If yes, what security features do you provide/recommend for this use case?

     

    Use SSL to have secure payment form.

     

    Is recurring billing (i.e. Authorize.net ARB or Paypal recurring payments) supported?

    Yes.

     

    Do you have an integration with Moodle or do you have any references that have embedded your forms in Moodle?

    You can simply use the Iframe code to embed the form to your Moodle page.

     

    How do you store user submitted payment data (i.e. credit card information)?

    JotForm does not store them. The payment tools are use as payment gateway for the indicated payments services.

     

    How do you store user submitted data (non-payment related data)?

    How can admins/users view or report on that data?

    You need to register an account. Go to www.jotform.com to do this.

    Once you have an account, you can administer everything on your My Forms.

    You can read more form here Introducing-New-My-Account-Section-and-a-New-Pricing-Plan

    You can browse the JotForm Template Gallery for your instant form needs.

     

    To find out more, if you have time, you can read on the JotForm Blog also.

    Hope this answers your question.

    Cheers!