- NatalieTrabertAsked on August 01, 2011 at 11:24 AM
I have created a link to several forms on my company website and have communicated to my staff that this will be a great resource for us to use with clients. It just occurred to me, however- that the submissions will go to me- which is not what we would want for forms that are completed by other members' clients on my team.
Is there a way to create seperate accounts- using the same form...so that if a client goes to our website and completes a standard form (that we all use)...their submission would only be visible to the appropriate staff member?
- DanielGriffinAnswered on August 01, 2011 at 03:10 PM
I'm afraid that the only way to do this would be with seperate accounts, and clones of each form. Here is some information on how to clone a form.
However, if you can get the user to indicate the correct staff member some how, say with a drop down list within the form, then you can use conditions to change the email recipient based on the name that they select.
Have a look here for more information on that:
Just select "Send an email after submission" and then follow the prompts. Let us know if you need any other other help.