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How to Download the Submission Files

How to Download the Submission Files

JotForm allows you to create a file upload form. Now how do we fully or partially download these files?

To download all uploaded files:

1. Go to your MY FORMS page, select the form and click SUBMISSIONS.

2. When you scroll down below, you'll see the DOWNLOAD ALL UPLOADS button just above the grid list.

3. You will then be prompted to download a compressed ZIP file. All the file uploads will be stored in it.

To partially download your file uploads based on submission dates:

1. On your Submissions Page, click the GEAR icon. Select a TIME FRAME then choose the date range you want. Or you can set a CUSTOM TIME FRAME.

2. If you choose a CUSTOM TIME FRAME, you'll see a pop-up window asking you for the start and end date of the submissions you received.

3. You'll see the grid list showing specific submissions based on the date range you selected. You will also now see a DOWNLOAD UPLOADS IN TIME RANGE.

IMPORTANT: The system has a download limit of 250 files or 250 MB in total size. This is where you will need to make partial downloads or per batch.

You now have a copy of your file uploads in a compressed zip file on your local storage.

Do you have any questions? Feel free to leave a comment below.

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  • vickiee

    When any of the assigned sub-users attempt to follow the procedure for "Downloading All Uploads” they get an alert, "You are sub-user of the form, therefore you are not allowed to make this request." – how can I edit their permissions to enable all the co-users to do this at the same time they is also retrieving all the form submissions?

  • charliesmithlondon

    The download all submissions button isn't appearing, I have multiple files uploaded with all the forms that have been submitted, how do I download the uploaded files?

  • bethandersonrp

    In my form I am asking the person filling it out to upload a photo.

    When I download the photos that have been uploaded, it's hard to tell which photo goes with which submission. I can individually look at each one and match it to the photo shown on the submissions page, but this will take some time. Is there an easier way to track which submission each upload comes from? Thanks!

  • QuenchUSA

    Is there a way that someone can get a download of the submission files in Excel format sent to their email automatically everyday?

  • ExpertiseEvents

    I am not getting a prompt to save the file when i ask to download all files?

  • tlujan0001

    Is there a way to download specific uploads? For example, each form has 2 upload buttons for 2 different files; can I download all of one upload to a folder? or must I download all uploads all the time?