- chongguanAsked on February 21, 2014 at 05:05 PM
I'd like to use jotform for our internal work flow process. I'm putting that form on our website. The intented user will ber our internal employee and some external collaborator. So I don't want the form submission to be out on the public domain. Can I restrict that form submission to a small group of users (like 25?)
- KadeJMAnswered on February 21, 2014 at 05:32 PM
Yes, You can do that. We don't have any " physical " login tool because it would violate our terms of service since the forms are designed to collect data that could otherwise be used elsewhere. However, You could make this work with some fields and some conditional logic set to allow form access or the form to be submitted if certain rules are met such as an email or password matching one that you've specified. Another way you could control it is to only share the Form Url with those 25 users.