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How to properly set date and time when form should get disabled?Asked by mark.hesford on June 26, 2015 at 04:11 AM
I have a form currently open named Housing Assistant.
I was told I could enter a date for when this form should deactivate. It should close today at 12.oo midday. So I entered 2015-06-26 12:00. The form then deactivated from now!
I then deleted the time I had entered so it was blank but nothing has changed - the form is still closed
Can you please reopen the form and advise me how I get it ti automatically disable after 12.00 today
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Based on the above, you seem to have added the correct date and time:
This means that the form should disabled itself in 3 hours (now -at the time of this writing- being 08:57 EST).
Now I do see that your jotform is already disabled, which it should not be.
I have checked and from what I can see the limit is properly set, but it seems that it was also set to be disabled.
I would recommend this guide to see more about setting up the limits of your form such as described above: http://www.jotform.com/help/137-How-to-Limit-Submissions-in-a-Form
and to check this guide on: How to Change the Status of Forms
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