In the Form Builder, you can change the access settings of the form. This feature allows you to restrict access to the form. You can set your form as Public Form (default), Private Form, or Company Access.
To change the Access Settings, please follow the steps below:
- While in the Form Builder, click the Publish tab.
- Under Quick Share, click the Settings link at the top-right of the form’s direct URL.
- Choose your Access Settings option.
Public Form means anyone can access your form.
Private Form means only people who are invited can access your form.
Related Guide: Adding Assignees to Your Form.
Company Access means only people invited with an email address from the domain set in the settings can access your form.
Related Guide: Making Your Forms Accessible to Company Members Only.
Hi, I'am trying to view / test drive my app but when I click on the link via my smartphone it requires me to optin via registration, this also happens after I followed the instruction link,
I have mine set on public but a few people have told me they are unable to access it. Others are able to. What exactly is the problem?
I work at a high school and created a registration form using Jotform. We'd like the form to be open to students logged into their school Google Mail account, and had hoped to be able to turn on permissions for the form by using the student domain - students.d125.org. However, my school domain is @d125.org, and Jotform will not accept the student domain.
Hi there, my form is set to public but when the link is sent it still asks for login. Why is this please?
Can multiple email domains be entered or can it only be a single domain?
Inicialment el formulari era públic, però un cop vaig variar l'accés a privat i ara no em deixa tornar a fer-lo públic, podeu ajudar-me? Gràcies!