- pcschandyAsked on June 23, 2015 at 02:41 PM
My users fill out a request/order and if the request is received by noon we can schedule their request the same day. The request is only for the date, NOT time. Is there a way to automatically restrict the date picker for "today" at noon? So that at 12:00, today's date is no longer available?
I've played around with trying to restrict the date using the "Limit Dates" feature on the date picker and I have several dates limited (holidays etc.) and I attempted to limit the date using "today-.5" hoping that would work but it doesn't seem to.
By the way, I cannot use the time feature because we only have orders based on date, as time is irrelevant and impossible to do with our processes.
Is this possible?
- pcschandyAnswered on June 23, 2015 at 03:13 PM
Well I guess I figured it out on my own, and I am posting my answer in case it might help someone else.
I added a 24 hr time field to my form and made the setting so that it is:
2. Auto-populates to the current time.
3. Read only.
Then I created a text field under the date field and copied it to before the submit button.
Then I created conditions for the text fields to show AND disables the Submit button, IF the current time is after 11:59 and the date selected equals "today" (using the dynamic description).
Maybe someone else can come up with something more clever but this seems to be working.
- JotForm Support ManagerJeanetteAnswered on June 23, 2015 at 04:27 PM
We really appreciate you shared your workaround with our users! That seems to be a very clever solution.
If you have further doubts regarding to this, let us know.