- rubix41Asked on July 29, 2011 at 12:09 PM
Hi! New to jotform and really impressed about this platform. It's very useful for someone like me who needs to get things done fast but neat for other people to use! Anyway, enough gushing!
What I want to do is create a satisfaction form that allows me to identify who sent it. The plan is going to be sending them an email to link to my Jotform satisfaction page, let them fill it and then a thank you page that's in-house.
What I have done is I have asked people to enter their ID number into the form to validate who they are and so I can work out who their response is but HR have said that they might not know their ID number and would it be possible if they entered their phone number or their name instead.
So I was wondering if there was a solution really. I am thinking maybe a required box that would allow an OR for two pieces of data like:
1: Please enter either your ID number OR your phone number.*
Field 1 (ID)* <---> Field 2 (Phone number)*
Where as long as field 1 or 2 has the right information inside it then that's fine.
Failing that, is there anyway Jotform can recognise where the sender accessed the form - if Jotform can tell me which mailbox it came from, I won't need to enter the question. All I would need to know would be that it came from email@example.com so it must be john smith since his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
What do you guys think?
- brx250Answered on July 29, 2011 at 11:53 PM
Thank you for using JotForm.
Unfortunately, JotForm currently doesn't have this feature. But I do see how this could be useful. I've already added this to our feature request list and hopefully our developers can incorporate this in the future. The best thing for you to do, for now, is to use JotForm's Conditional Logic with radio button and textbox. Here how it works.
Navigate to your form, create a radio button and two textboxes for your client's ID and Phone Number . Shrink them both to place them beside each other.
After finishing the looks of your form, let's get it working. Under the "Setup & Embed" tab, select the "Conditions". Choose "Show/Hide field".
Configure your conditions as you see fit.
You can see this form in action through this link.
Hope this helps.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us.
Albert | JotForm Support
- rubix41Answered on August 02, 2011 at 12:41 PM
Thanks for the input - it works like a charm :)
- brx250Answered on August 04, 2011 at 12:49 AM
We're glad you've sorted things out already. If you do have any other questions in the future, please feel free to contact us again, we will be more than willing to help you with anything.
Albert | JotForm Support