- fastbookAsked on September 21, 2010 at 05:39 PM
I have just started using Jotform and i have to say that im very satisfied.
Im about to upgrade ..but I have to ask something first.
I want to use Jotform for reservations to clubs and bars in my area (users will simply complete the forms for making reservations to restaurants etc)
I could really use one more feature that is necessary in our business ..and that is to limit the number of the reservations that will be done in every restaurant in a specific number. (for example max: 10 reservations in restauran "Super Taste") .
Its like selling ticket and you have to set max to 10 ..and the 10th client who want to use the form to see the message "not available"
Is there a way to make it work with a Jotform? (Im new here)
Im I in the right place?
Can anyone help me?
- JotForm FounderaytekinAnswered on September 22, 2010 at 04:54 AM
Unfortunately no, there is no feature to disable a form or an option on the form depending on number of entries. I added this to feature requests list.
You can disable forms or options manually though. But you have to keep track of it and then when the allowed reservations reached login into your account and disable the form.
To disable a form, click on "Preferences" button on the top toolbar and then change "Status" to "Disabled".