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In general, we do not allow password fields in a form. Adding one will cause our system phishing filter to auto suspend your account for possible phishing form. But if you simply want to hide something in the form and/or create a private form, you can use our conditional logic tool and predefine the password for the field.
Here's our guide for that:
Here's an example form, http://www.jotformpro.com/form/52264354281958. Here's the simple conditional logic settings:
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Today, my form has been disable. I create some (like) password, using "conditional wizard" with submenu "update a form field value". Can i create like that Sir? or cannot?
Our apologies. But I have just reactivated your account.
Of course, you can but I would suggest using another term instead of the "password". You can do the same from my form. You can use such as "Private Codes" or any, but not the "Password".