- aanderson5Asked on March 12, 2015 at 03:41 PM
I recently created a free Jotform account because we are migrating over our forms from Adobe FormsCentral. We currently hold two Adobe paid subscriptions, each account housing totally different forms.
I was able to import all of the forms from Adobe account #1 into Jotform, but I am wondering the best way to go about importing the forms from our second Adobe subscription. I thought I would add a sub-user in Jotform, but is there a way to import forms to a sub-user account? Should the other employee just create her own Jotform account and use that?
Just looking for some guidance to make this a smooth transition. We were initially interested in purchasing the Economy plan to have all of our forms on one subscription, but now I'm wondering if it makes more sense to have two separate, "Premium" accounts - one to replace Adobe Account #1 and one to replace Adobe Account #2.
- JotForm SupportdavidAnswered on March 12, 2015 at 04:36 PM
You should be able to import your forms from multiple Adobe Forms Central accounts into a single JotForm account. If you need to import from two account just use the import tool once for each account you need imported, using the same JotForm account information each time.
Essentially, sub-users are just other accounts that you share your forms with. They are created independently from your account and will have their own login information:
Sub-users can import the forms to their accounts as well, they will just not receive the benefits of the upgraded paid account. Sub-users only receive the benefits when the forms is created in the upgraded account, then shared with their account.
Let us know if you have any further questions and we will be happy to help.