Almost everyone is familiar with the search bar. Whether you’re using Google, Bing, or just browsing a random website, you use the search bar to find results using a keyword (or a search query).
Jotform Tables also includes this nifty feature, so you can search for specific submissions. Here are some examples:
- You’re looking for submissions sent by someone named John Smith.
- You want to find submissions that were sent on a specific date.
- You want to display submissions from people who answered Yes to a particular survey question.
How can you do this? It’s simple. Open Jotform Tables, and type your search query into the search bar or use the filter to filter submissions based on a date or a particular answer.
Search for John Smith
After typing your query into the search bar, the results should automatically be displayed. You don’t need to press the enter key on your keyboard.
Filter submissions based on a specific date:
Bonus tip: Click the All Time button to quickly search for submissions based on date ranges.
Filter submissions based on an answer from a specific field — for example, a yes-or-no question:
Did you know that you can create a new tab from your filtered submissions with Jotform Tables? Once the filter is set, click the Create a New Tab button.
Enter a name for the new tab, and click the Create Tab button in the popup window.
The new tab now includes your filter. We highly recommend not deleting the filter because it’s the lifeline of the tab.
How to search for a submission from the old submissions page
After selecting the form and clicking the Submissions button on My Forms, the form will redirect you to the old submissions page. The search bar is located at the bottom of the page.
To filter submissions based on a date, click the settings (gear) icon at the top right side of the page, and choose or set your time frame: