Introducing New My Account Section and a New Pricing Plan
I’m very excited to announce a brand new My Account section for JotForm accounts.
To access it click on the Account link on the site navigation profile button. If you are not already logged-in you must sign-in first.
Change your basic profile information, your password, and your avatar.
As your avatar, you can upload a picture, gravatar or one of the ready to use avatars.
Change basic settings about your account. You can set a time zone and language for your account.
Spice up your account by choosing one of the themes we have.
Create sub-accounts and give access to some or all of your forms.
Switch between JotForm subscription plans, view your invoices, change your credit card or see your next billing date.
Until today, we had two plans: Premium and Professional. We received many many requests from our users for a middle plan. So, we listened to our customers and added a new pricing plan: Economy. You get 10x more submissions for only $19.95/month.
Create API keys and view connected apps that have access to your account. Unfortunately, we have not released our API publicly yet. For now, this page is only used to manage your Zapier API key.
Browse your account history to make sure your account is secure. You can view the IP addresses used to access your account, and what kind of changes were made on your forms and on your account.
View your account limits and how much of it was used this month.
How would you like to increase your account limits for free? Help us spread the word about JotForm and get more submission limits permanently. For example, let’s say you are a free user and you have 100 submissions per month. Invite a friend and when he/she creates an account your limits will be increased to 110/month permanently. Invite more friends and get more increases!
Take 5 minutes today to review the new My Account section. Update your information, and make sure to let us know if you see anything missing.
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