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Unfortunately Carolina, I am not quite sure what you mean here?
I presume that you might be looking to have your jotforms shown under your own domain?
If so, then you can either embed the forms, so that people access pages on your own website, but are shown the jotforms, or you can use Custom Domains feature instead: How to use Custom Domains with JotForm
Of course, if that is not what you have meant, do give us a bit more details and we will see if it is possible and how.
What I mean with this is if an url for a survey could be
Incident report will be the survey name, if not could you please let me
know the exact structure.
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After using a Custom Domains with JotForm as mentioned by my colleague, Ben, you can try to create a custom URL for you form. I would suggest for you to try to create a custom URL for your form first, then proceed in using a custom domain with JotForm.
I hope this helps. Let us know if you need any further assistance and we will be glad to help you. Thank you.
So first I would need to custom domain and then create a custom URL right?
You're trying to achieve this URL (http://forms.bureauveritas.co.uk/incident-report) right? Then the answer to your question is yes. You need to have a custom domain first.
Also, there will be a /form/ after the co.uk and before incident report. It will look like this: (http://forms.bureauveritas.co.uk/form/incident-report)