How to know which component had been used in JotForm

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    Asked on October 27, 2015 at 11:49 PM

    Following the way I use the Jotfrom, I lmay forget how I have done and which component has been used and this is not only for Paypal, may I suggest ,when we set the form and use a component, to have a way to see somewhere on the component used in the form which kind is used or enable to copy it (as Google Form allows), il will be faster for us to modify or add new fields.


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    Answered on October 27, 2015 at 11:53 PM

    I am sorry, but I was having difficulty understanding fully what your question was about.

    Can you please explain again.

    I can only assume that you could be looking for the revisions done on your form.

    You can check the Revisions done on the form in the Revision History feature.

    user guide:

    We will wait for your response on this.



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    Answered on October 29, 2015 at 04:11 PM


    the improvements I've suggested regard the way we can modify a form by adding other components (text box or antother component).This should be done by another process that absolutely selecting it from the left column.For instance, by duplicating components directly by selecting a component on the form to modify and copy and modify it. The other way is to improve the way to set a form is to identify which kind of component has been used on the form, through properties or another way.


    There are a lot of component tha's looks the same but are diffrent, we know which kind they are, o,lu before using it from the left column, once it has been selected and included in the form, I have not found the way to identify which one it is (for instance if it's a texte area rather than a text box, which Paypal component between the 3 proposed on the left column...) Hope it's clearer, Thanks,


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    Answered on October 29, 2015 at 07:01 PM

    I think you were referring to the Manage Multiple Fields feature.

    Please check the user guide: -How-to-Manage-Multiple-Fields


    Please let us know if still not what you were looking for.