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You have reached your JotForm upload limitAsked by patpitula on May 17, 2016 at 11:24 PM
Hello Jotform Team:
I was surprised today that I received the message below. Isn't there a way to just clear up the space? I don't need all of these submissions in my jotform account. Can I clear them? If so how do I do that? Thank you very much for your support.
It seems like you have reached your upload limit. Free accounts are limited to 100.00 MB of upload space. Your forms will be disabled on Wednesday at 12pm EST. Since we understand that it can be an inconvenience to have your forms stop working because you reached your upload limit, we'd like to remind you that you can upgrade and your forms will be running smoothly again.
I have checked your account and I saw that you have deleted all of your submission and that Upload storage space of your account is now 0,00 B. You account will not be downgraded.
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