- BenAnswered on February 26, 2015 at 01:09 PM
We actually have 2 different methods of saving the data to be filled out later.
First option - using email sessions
This is based on the email sessions which means that the data is stored on our server, but not counted as a submission and allows you to access it over the URL.
A great thing about this setup is that it allows you to come back to it from any device - actually anyone to come to it, by providing the email next to the URL of the jotform.
It however requires 2 submissions in order to create the URL with the email session and the jotform must have multiple pages if it is longer in order for the data to be saved.
Basically each time you flip to a new page, the data on the previous is added to the already stored data on our server.
You can see how to set it up here: How to Save Forms to Continue Later
Second option - using Auto-fill feature
This is great if you want the data to be locked to a specific device and if you want to save the data per field, instead of per page.
It also requires only one submission to be made, not 2, but depending on the number of fields and complexity of the jotform as well as the users browser it might seem to slow the jotform down a bit.
You can see how to set this here: How to Enable Auto Fill Feature
Both are great and both do their job, it is up to you to decide which one of the two is best for you.
If you have any questions along the way do let us know and we would be happy to answer them for you.