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    PDF Stamper integration

    Asked by armandolucero on September 27, 2014 at 10:45 PM

    Would you be getting a PDF stamper integration in the near future?

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    Answered by jonathan on September 28, 2014 at 02:57 AM


    Can you please provide us more details about PDF stamper?

    Were you referring to this http://api.itextpdf.com/itext/com/itextpdf/text/pdf/PdfStamper.html

    Please provide us more info so we can evaluate and be able to submit a feature request if necessary.




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    Answered by armandolucero on September 28, 2014 at 05:36 PM

    The PDF stamping would be like what is explained and provided in this link. Another example: link2. It is used for a way to mark an e-book with someone's name and various information as well as password protect or not.

    The process may be like this:
    1. Upload PDF to Jotform
    2. Apply PDF Stamper App
    3. Fill in the information to be Stamped
    4. Choose to password protect or not.
    5. Send to client.

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    Answered by jonathan on September 28, 2014 at 06:57 PM


    Thank you for providing us with more details.

    If I am to summarize the details, will you agree that the exact integration feature we are after is a PDF Designer/Editor in the form builder?

    Please take note that at the current version of the form builder, you can already 

    1. Upload PDF to Jotform

    5. Send to client.

    Basically, the feature missing is the capability to design/create/edit PDF within the form builder.

    Our development team are already working on such PDF Designer/Editor that will be added to the form builder. We just don't have time frame at this time when it will be for release.

    But let me submit also this thread to the next level so that it can be included in the list of request ticket for the PDF Designer.

    We will notify you when news update about this is available.




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    Answered by armandolucero on September 28, 2014 at 07:05 PM

    The convenience of having a way to edit, stamp, and password protect an uploaded PDF is so that only one master PDF is used.  

    The method I currently must use is to edit and password protect the master on my computer and then upload it as a separate PDF.  Each of my PDF's contain movies so I must take care not to use up too much storage.

    By having one master PDF already uploaded to stamp and password protect at whim makes things much easier.

    I look forward to the updates.

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    Answered by pravin0123 on November 08, 2014 at 03:30 AM

    PDF Stamper is used to embed purchaser’s email at the footer of every purchasers to discourage them from circulating the purchased ebook.

    its a good app for forum discussion to provide high information with one file.


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    Answered by EltonCris on November 08, 2014 at 03:48 AM


    It's good to know. Thanks for the additional info. If you're requesting the same feature, I would suggest to open a new thread and we'll pass it to our developers. The more request threads, the higher it will get priority.


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    Answered by pravin0123 on November 09, 2014 at 11:40 PM

    ya sure! just i want to know more details regarding PDF stamper i extended the discussion. if its cool means please go with so more information about PDF plugins and add-ons for browsers. 

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    Answered by STEPMaths on November 03, 2016 at 03:13 AM

    This would be very helpful