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Can I password protect a form.Asked by Addjnow on October 20, 2016 at 09:25 AM
I am a mobile dj and would like to add a page to my site where a couple would click on their name which would take them to there planning form. I would like them to have to use a password to access there form so others would not have access to it. Thanks for the help.
Yes you can achieve what you want with a workaround but you can't password protect your form, since our phishing filtering system will automatically suspend your account if you attempt to create a field named 'password'.
So for the workaround, we will use form collapse which will activate on the key/code that you will specify with conditions. Lets take this step by step:
I'll be using our "Contact Us" template for this example.
After opening the template, we need to add a text box for the key that you will share with your customers and a form collapse, right under that text box, which we will use to hide the rest of the form:
In this step, after making the form collapse element's visibility>hidden and status>open, we will add a show/hide field condition for the value that'll be entered to the key text box to show the form collapse element:
Lets now test our form!
I hope this workaround will be useful for you Mike. Please let us know if you need anything else.