Have you seen John Cleese in the sketch with the parrot?

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    flyingcalypso
    Asked on January 13, 2012 at 08:04 PM

    My real question is what happens to my forms if JotForm "is NO MORE" like in the above mentioned sketch.

    I`m building a site where you can buy and downloading digital goods and I would hate to loose everything because there is no more Jotform. Can I get the code for my forms and save it. Do I have to go via JotForm when using the forms on my website (Other provider)? I`m asking this because a couple of years ago I bought a program and that company was suddenly gone like in the John Cleese sketch. I am a premium customer of yours and I`m sure You will be there, but.......

    Best regards from a very satisfied customer

    Jan-Gunnar

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    fxr
    Answered on January 13, 2012 at 08:58 PM

    haha yes, I am aware of that sketch. 

    I haven't been with JotForm that long, but I am convinced that Aytekin and the rest of his development team are in this for the long haul. There has been a considerable investment in building a tool, a team and an understanding that meets the needs of its users. For the most part, our users are more than happy with the effort made in providing the service they need. That's just not going be thrown away on a whim. 

    JotForm is in a state of constant evolution, Aytekins' only concern is about making JotForm better and broadening its appeal.

    My personal opinion is that you honestly don't have too much to worry about in that respect.

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    Having said that, if you want to list your questions (again), we are happy to address your technical concerns as regards what will happen and how you could prepare for, should JotForm suddenly dissappear, however unlikely that eventuality is.