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Is there a way to review the submissions and then Rate the submission like good poor or best in jotforms?Asked by owais1 on February 03, 2015 at 01:36 AM
I have created a form in which I am allowing people to upload their presentations and I need a way to give a login to one of client to sign in and view all submissions and then rate the submissions as ACCEPTED, REJECTED or Rank the submission as poor, good, best.
Is there a way to design such type of form?
This is possible with Jotform. You can achieve this by adding a rating field or a drop down menu with your desired options such as good, best or poor and hide such field on the form (the field will not be visible to the user). You can later access your form submission and apply a score to each submission accordingly.
Here is a test form:
After a submission is made, you can store each submission accordingly.
You can download the submission report and the changes should be visible. I hope this helps. Feel free to contact us if further support is needed.
Thank you so much for your help.
I just need one more tutorial on how to provide a login form where my client can login and view all these submissions and rate them.
Is there a way to edit a submission by logging in through a login form and then rate and rank the submission and save it.
Actually I want to achieve this kind of submission where people can submit their submissions and we provide a link to login form where my client can view all the submissions and then mark them as accepted and rejected and also able to rate them.
Is it possible to do so.
Waiting for your earliest reply.
Please be noted that we cannot answer multiple questions in one thread. Since your latest question is related, I will go ahead and answer it here:
Though it is possible to share your form's submission page by making it public. Your form's submission page can be password protected but it will not allow to edit submissions and will give you only read only access. You may still like to take a look at the following guide on how to make your form's submission page public: http://www.jotform.com/help/199-How-to-Share-Form-s-Submissions-Page