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    Save form to continue later

    Asked by ashleycoombes on May 09, 2014 at 05:38 AM

    We have a fairly lengthy Booking Form for our wedding photography business.


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    I have a couple of questions:

    1)  Is it possible to save the form by "sections" so they can return to it later, without losing the information already in-put?

    2) I would ideally like the form to be a single page which "collapses" so the client can have an over view of the whole form from the start and navigate easily between the sections.

    However I would also like to be able to  use the "conditions" to jump between the sections depending on certain choices in the same way as you can jump to a page. Is that possible?


    Many thanks for your help,


    Kind regards,


    Anna Coombes

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    Answered by Carina on May 09, 2014 at 10:41 AM

    Hello Anna

    I've split the thread as you have 2 different questions, so we can be more efficient in our approach. 

    Regarding your first question it is possible to save the form to continue later. There are 2 methods. One will use the page breaks which you wish to drop. But if you wish to know more about this method please consult this guide.

    The other method is activating the autofill property:

    1 Preferences > 2. Advanced Settings > 3. Continue forms later > Autofill: enabled:

    Please let us know if further support is needed.

    Thank you