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Is It Possible to Create a Login Page Based on Data Previously Collected?Asked by peterweiss on March 17, 2016 at 04:45 AM
FORM#1: USER enters new info:
*DATA WOULD BE INTEGRATED WITH GOOGLE DRIVE OR ANOTHER SERVICE YOU RECOMMEND
FORM#2 USER LOG-IN
**LOGICAL PARAMETERS would then verify this data to GOOGLE DRIVE or OTHER SERVICE YOU RECOMMEND
If EMAIL/PASSWORD IS VERIFIED, then FORM#2 would redirect to FORM#3 or URL
thank you for any insight to make this possible.
However, you can define a field that asks key to access your form and you can make this control by using the conditional logic (Show/Hide a Field Condition). In addition, please avoid to use words like "password" or "passcode", because those words can be caught by our phishing system and your form could be disabled.
Below, you can see the example setup of "Show/Hide a Field Condition" to control the passphrase:
As it is seen, it hides all of the fields if "Please Enter Your Key" field's value doesn't equal to "Passcode". Also, you can check the live version of the form from the link below:
If you need any extra information or assistance, please do let us know.