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set form submission limit, but can't undo itAsked by TJCApaches on September 17, 2015 at 04:18 PM
I set a form submission limit of 27 on one of our forms. It was showing as full, but then when we tried to go back and increase the form submission limit, the form still shows as full.
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I can see you have increased the number to 50, if you want to completely reset it, simply leave that field blank.
I figured it out. Apparently the form was also disabled in addition to the submission limit. Not sure if Jotform does that automatically or what. So, even if I left the submission limit blank or increased it, the form still did not work. Once I manually reenabled the form again, it worked.
The form is indeed automatically set to disabled when the limit is reached. This is how the form prevents further submissions. Whenever the limit is reached, the form would need to be manually enabled once again to function.
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