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Is it possible to hide the “Submit” button?Asked by christian_eichhorn on May 18, 2015 at 10:43 AM5) Is it possible to hide the “Submit” button?
We actually do not use the form as a survey to send out to several contacts,
we use this for a scoping workshop for our Sales guys to go through step-by-step
so nothing will be forgotten and everything is structured.
So when form is filled out till the end, the “Submit” Button, saves all data in a structured way like excel,
but does not help us, because many fields are named as some fields pages before,
as you see on the Screenshot “data submissions.png”
You can actually delete the submit button if you want to or create a condition that will hide the submit button?
Or perhaps the following will answer your question about your annotation on the data submissions.png screenshot.
To reveal the headers and text in the submissions page, simply click the submissions settings (cog icon found on the upper right of the page) and check "Show Headers and Text".
Hope this helps. Thanks!
sorry it took me so long to follow up.
I would love to send the form to a customer, but I am afraid that he "finishes" the Form by clicking "Submit", therefor I just what to save the data in the form and what to be sure that the sustomer does not press "Submit".
this is my "use case"
If I understand correctly you want to review the form first before allowing your customer to submit it to make sure the entered data is correct, right?
Have you considered allowing them to edit their submitted information (if necessary)? You can see what I mean here: http://www.jotform.com/help/40-How-to-Let-Users-Update-Their-Form-Submissions-at-a-Later-Date using this method would allow them to make any corrections in the form after it has been submitted.
Would this be a viable solution for you?