- TheShowprosAsked on June 29, 2015 at 04:30 PM
We are a full service audio visual production company and I want to know what the max size that I can have a client send to me with JotForm and then have JotForm send to dropbox.
- BenAnswered on June 29, 2015 at 05:19 PM
Regardless of the file type (video, image, zip, etc) the file can only be 300MB per file - you can grab several on a single form.
The recommendation is to not use over 25 upload fields (single upload fields) in order to make sure to avoid any issues. This means that you could accept over 7GB in total (25 * 300 MB / 1024 = 7.32 GB).
More about this however can be seen here: Changing the Upload Size Limit
Please do note that you will need to have the JotForm account that has the equivalent amount of space or more to what you are expecting to go through the form.
That way you will be sure that all the files are uploaded and sent to you right after the submission.
Now I would also suggest taking a look at this guide: Upload to Dropbox with JotForm, but if you need any assistance, do let us know by opening a new thread in regards to that and we would be happy to do so, if you have any questions in regards to the upload fields and sizes do feel free to reply back to this thread instead.