- sberggrenAsked on May 28, 2015 at 04:23 PM
Previously we were using Adobe Central. We liked how we were able to create a form, generate a URL, email the URL to a specific group of people, those individuals were then able to open the URL and complete the form. At the end of the form, they hit submit and the data they entered would be returned to us.
Based on some of the information I have found - it appears that it is only possible to have a PDF form or embed it into an existing website.
We do not want to embed any form into our website. This is for employee data collection only.
Will you please advise, do you allow submission of forms the same way Adobe Central did?
- raulAnswered on May 28, 2015 at 05:25 PM
The form embedding is an option that you can use if you want to show your form in your own website. But, each form has a unique URL that you can share with your employees by email if you want to.
You can see the URL of your form using the Preview window.
Let us know if this is what you're referring to or not.