How to give my clients to control over the forms that I created?

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    Asked on March 17, 2015 at 08:28 PM


    So, my question is:

    What if I am a web designer and I'm using your brilliant service to add forms to a site that I'm customizing.
    But then I am selling that site and since then I am not interesting in either recieving any mail nor paying for the service.

    I would like my clients to register at JotForm and subscribe to payment plans. But how do I give them the control over a particular form that I've created and simply pasted on a site in html fotmat.


    Regards! Alexander - looking for your answer.

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    Answered on March 18, 2015 at 03:20 AM

    As long as you are making your clients to subscribe to the payment plans for their individual accounts there shouldn't be any issue. Since the form that you are designing in their individual accounts, they will be having control to the form and submissions. You may add yourself as a sub-user account from the client account with edit permissions so that you can edit the form and view the submissions right from your account.

    To know more about the sub-user accounts, please refer to the following guide :

    Hope this information helps!