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How can I have the data inputted into the form be stored on Sharepoint 2013 listAsked by jollyb409 on August 31, 2015 at 01:56 PM
I am a new user with Jotform. I was able to create the form and place it on a public facing site in Sharepoint. However, I would like to have all data stored into a list in may Sharepoint 2013 site. how can I accomplish this?
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I am not quite sure what you would like to achieve - what is the type of this list?
I see that they are mentioning email list, block list, etc, but just to mention right away, this would be best to ask in SquareSpace forum instead since you can create the form with us and have the data passed over in several different ways, but I would suggest checking with them if you can achieve what you desire in SquareSpace or not.
Of course if you need to do any modifications on our side, we would be happy to assist with them.
I am so sorry for my post above, it seems that as I have typed in the search to find more data about SharePoint that my earlier search for SquareSpace has replaced the info.
Now in regards to the SharePoint, we do not have a direct integration with them, and looking on Zapier: https://zapier.com/zapbook/jotform/sharepoint/ seems that they do not have it available at this time neither.
If you tell us a bit more details about it there might be alternatives that we can suggest - for example, if you do not need the live data, there are ways to download the spreadsheets that would be uploaded to SharePoint for you to access it from there.
Again I apologize for any confusion above.