You can manage your data collected outside Jotform in Tables by creating a standalone or blank table. This can also be helpful if you want to clean up a list, create workflows, filter data, or create automated reports.
To create a blank table
- Go to My Tables and choose Create Table in the upper-left corner.
- Next, select Start From Scratch.
Your new standalone table should now be created.
You can now use, in this table, the features available in Jotform Tables to manage your data. Start by customizing your table columns. To learn more, see How to Add and Organize Columns in Jotform Tables.
Create new entries by adding rows. Any entries manually added to a standalone table don’t count toward your monthly submissions.
Creating a Form from the Table
A standalone table is slightly different as it’s not connected to a form and is only accessible from the My Tables page.
To create and connect a form to your standalone table
- Click the Form button in the upper-right corner.
- Select Edit Form from the menu.
Selecting any of the following options from the menu will also create the form:
- View Form — Opens the form in a new tab.
- Assign Form — Redirects you to the Publish tab in the Form Builder.
- Edit Form — Opens Form Builder to customize your form further.
Can you use the data in the form to send a firm with the data in?
I'm stuck and hope you can answer quickly. I have a couple of tables and forms I would like to eliminate. I used them for learning Jotform and now I dont need them. Are the instructions simple, and quick to follow?
They will get me unstuck and moving forward.
PS - VERY new user
Can I set up a table with the following headings:
Submission Date; Product ordered; Qty; Subtotal; Tax; USD Total; First Name; Last Name; Email; contact #
Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org
I am member of Friends of Manteno Library
I have been using Jotform for a short time and I like it :) Have the silver edition. But I don't know how to copy a record or row in a table to another empty row / record.
This is especially easy if several cells are already correct in a row or record. Now I have to fill in each row or record completely again.
So every column again.
Is there a possibility to duplicate while working in a table?
Thanks in advance,
Regards, Hubert van Mierlo