Form View Limits: Does it work even if the form is embedded on a website?

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    Asked on March 01, 2016 at 11:11 AM


    I got an email from Jotform about a change in your policy for Form View Limits.

    On a website I use a newsletter subscription form in the footer of all the pages on that site. 

    Now my question is:

    If a visitor of the site goes to view a page is this page view counted as a view of the newsletter subscription form?

    If this is true then the 1000 views for a form are reached very quick. Because every page they visit is an count for the form. 


    I hope you can clarify this issue.


    Best regards,

    Tjaard Heikens

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    Answered on March 01, 2016 at 12:24 PM

    Yes, the counter will increase each time that the form is loaded, does not matter if the webpage where you have embedded your form is loaded only to see other content, as your form is there it will increase the counter. If you think that you will need to have a higher limit you will need to upgrade your account, you will see the limit of views for each subscription in our pricing page:


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