- JasonAsked on July 27, 2011 at 09:48 AM
I work for a statewide magazine, and we're interested in using Jotform for our annual Best Of survey, which polls our readers all around the state. We would like to have around 200 questions/categories on the survey -- is this possible with Jotform? They would all be write-in -- no multiple choice. Do you foresee any limitations within Jotform for our purposes?
Thanks for your help!
- allanftdAnswered on July 27, 2011 at 10:47 AM
Thank you for consulting us regarding this. JotForm is designed to create heavy duty forms - both in style and function. Its robust platform can also withstand handling multiple visitors simultaneously.
Personally, I believe you will be able to create forms of such length, especially if these are just plain and simple text fields. We suggest that you also add page breaks for easier navigation (scrolling a looong form up and down can be a pain sometimes!). You may also use conditions if required, but let's keep it to a minimum. Same goes for heavy images since some of your users might not have high speed internet connection or use mobile devices like tablets which are less powerful than desktops.
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