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    Customer Account?

    Asked by Dave  on October 14, 2014 at 01:40 PM

    Hi,

    Can my recurring customers register for a class and set up a user account?  Thus, when they want to register again for another class they do not have to re-enter all their contact info and other data that has not changed since their last registration entry...

    I am currently on Formstack and am searching for another form service with database/user account capability.

    Thanks!

    David Finsthwait

     

    another form thanks register all
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    JotForm Support

    Answered by KadeJM on October 14, 2014 at 03:26 PM

    I think you might possibly be looking for a sort of admin account styled database set up to possibly use with forms. 

    Unfortunately that is not possible here although you might be able to generate it with the form's source code if you have that sort of knowledge to have the form continually pull that information. 

    The most we allow on our platform is user accounts for creating forms and sub-user accounts which have access to those forms of the master account. However, it's not intended as a database other than for received submissions.

    Alternatively the only other option to create something similar to this would be through the use of prepopulation, save and continue, and the use of an autocomplete widget which you might find useful as a workaround to create something close to it.