- 1thomh1Asked on March 17, 2015 at 02:12 PM
I like it, I assume this is you guys taking over the Adobe forms? If it still needs to connect to the internet to submit, It's not very viable. It would be much handier if it was a full work offline alternative. I.e. Either the ability to send the file in some type to user with lack of internet, they complete it and somehow get it back to you and you upload it. Or, If you were able to make multiple submissions to the form, then upload it yourself at a later date. This would mean the ability to take a tablet to an exhibition, or out and about, have clients fill out the form on them, then upload the responses in mass when back in the office.
This is a re-post of a comment on JotForm Announces New Fillable PDF Form Creator
- CarinaAnswered on March 17, 2015 at 04:26 PM
Thank you for your feedback, we're glad that you like it. When Adobe announced it's retirement a lot of users were lost and eager to find an alternative. Forms are our life, so we tried to make the FomsCentral users' transition the smoothest we could. Our amazing developers' team has been working unceasingly to provide alternative to Adobe FormsCentral users.
If it still needs to connect to the internet to submit
You can have it both ways. You can submit it via Internet or you can fill it in offline and save it to your computer. If you need several different copies, then you can save it with different names:
This would mean the ability to take a tablet to an exhibition, or out and about, have clients fill out the form on them, then upload the responses in mass when back in the office.
After having saved the several copies with different names you just need to open the forms and submit them at a later time.
Let us know if we can assist you further.