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How to customize the error message when a form is disabledAsked by yuno89 on January 06, 2016 at 11:24 AM
Hello, currently, when I disable form, it will look like this:
I wish I had a way to customize and design that message.
(I don't want to just delete all the fields and create some text, I want that I will able to switch quickly between "disabled" and "Enabled")
Is there a chance it will be available?
You can change it on the form preferences.
Setup & Embed > Preferences > Form Limits > Warning Message
Thanks, that's great. Is it possible also to re-design it?(I need text to be encoded RTL) and it would be nice if I could change the background color, put some link in that text, etc.
Even if not now, I would be happy if it will be in the feature "wish list" :)
Unfortunately, it is no possible to change the design at this time. There are a few open requests for this feature but it has not yet gained much traction. We will let you know if there is any change to status of this feature.
For some reason, I don't any similar options on my form as shown here: https://monosnap.com/file/o5bRD639cQTHWJoeonNhccUd5cMYDZ
While editing your form, click on the "Preferences" button. From that menu, If you choose any of the options that will disable the form at a certain time or after a certain number of submissions, the option to change the warning message will appear:
Tks David, got it! :)