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    Can users complete the form later?

    Asked by Le Anne Wiseman  on August 07, 2014 at 02:17 PM

    Hello,

    We have a few questions on a project we are launching soon:

    1.   If an entrant begins filling out a form, but needs to complete it later or come back and upload attachments, will they be able to come back and finish answering questions and uploading documents?

    2.   How many file upload fields can you have?

    3.   Can our entrants upload JPEG, TIFF, GIF, PDFs and Word Documents?

    4.   How much data can be uploaded per upload field?

    5.    How much data can be uploaded per entry?

    6.    Is there a monthly data upload limit? If so, how much?

    7.   Alternatively, if someone is submitting different types of data (JPEG, TIFF, GIFF, PDF), could they put it all in one zip file and then upload one zip file per entry?

    8.   Can all of the above be integrated with our DropBox account?

     

    Thank you.

    Le Anne Wiseman
    Director, Youth Journalism Initiative
    American Society of News Editors
    209 Reynolds Journalism Institute
    Columbia, MO  65211
    573-884-2689

     

     

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by BDAVID on August 07, 2014 at 04:00 PM

    1) JotForm has an amazing feature that saves the forms for each unique user and for each page the form is filled. That way your users will be able to continue to fill out your forms whenever they are available. Please check this guide in order to accomplish it: How to Save Forms to Continue Later.

     

    On regards of questions 2 to 7, they will be addressed on this thread, question 8 will be addressed on this one. This is in order to keep related questions in a same thread to assist you better.