- bwadwhbangaloreAsked on October 03, 2013 at 09:25 AM
I came across your site and wanted to use it for creating an Association Joining Form. The applicants are required to upload documents and I have selected my Google Drive as the option. I do not expect more than 100 in any month but I want the form to be available for atleast six months.
The question I have is, when users upload documents, would they get saved only in the Google Drive or will be saved in your server as well?
If the files are stored in your server as well apart from the Google drive, Will I get access to clean up the files so that I can stay below the 100 MB Limit?
Let us say, I subscibe to upgrade to the next level for one month to invite more than 100 participants and downgrade to the free version in the following month, what would happen to the data that is saved above 100 MB limit? Would I get the option to download the data to my local hard disks?
- JotForm Supportashwin_dAnswered on October 03, 2013 at 10:20 AM
When your form is submitted, the submission data along with the uploaded file is first stored in the Jotform server and only a copy of that data is sent to google drive or any other integration like dropbox.
Yes you can free up your upload storage space by deleting the submissions which has the file attachment. Deleting the submission records will also delete the attached files and in turn free up your upload storage space.
If you have more than 100 MB space utilized and you downgrade, your account will become over quota. You should first free up your upload storage space and then downgrade your account.
Yes you can download you submission data to your local drive. Please be noted that downloading your submission will not download the attached files. Your submission records will only have the link to uploaded files and it need to be downloaded manually. Here are the guides which should help you:
You can also generate several reports:
Hope this helps.