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    Form Analytics: PDF report and shareable link for the Form's results/details/stats

    Asked by charitychallenge on June 19, 2015 at 04:12 AM

    We have been building registration forms for our customers' events using JotForm.

    The new Form Analytics (in BETA) just announced in today's email is a great feature.  Are you planning on introducing an option to be able to output all details/stats (from the Form Analytics feature) to PDF?

    This would be great to share with customers and further, a selling point to keep them using our services.

    Even better might be the ability to share a link for an enduser to view the Form Analytics stats.

    Are any of the above features available or anticipated?

     

     

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by Charlie on June 19, 2015 at 05:00 AM

    Hi,

    I'm glad that you liked the new Form Analytics. It is still a new feature, and feedback like this would help our development team to further improve this. 

    Currently, there's no option to share the results or convert it to a PDF report, but I will forward your request to our developers. Please take note that I'm unable to provide a time frame for this, this will depend on our team's current workload. But rest assure that they will be aware of this and we will update you on this thread as soon as we hear any news.

    A possible workaround though, would be viewing the Form Analytics then pressing CRTL+P or Print function to save the results/details/stats in a PDF file, but the design and format may not be that satisfying. 

    Thank you.