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Where to Find the Submission ID?

Where to Find the Submission ID?

Whenever someone submits a response to one of your forms, their submission is assigned a long string of numbers called a unique Submission ID.

Some actions, such as configuring a third-party app, using the JotForm API, or viewing a single submission directly through a URL, may require submission IDs. To get the Submission ID, follow these steps.

1. On your My Forms page, select the form and then click the Submissions button to open JotForm Tables.


2. In JotForm Tables, click the Columns button.

3. Scroll to the bottom of the column manager menu and check Submission ID.


4. The Submission ID is now displayed as the last column of the table.


Where to find the submission ID on the old submissions page

On the old submissions page, click Settings (the gear icon), and then check the ID at top of the fields list. The submission ID will be shown on the left.




If you're on Sheets, click the Submissions settings (inverted ellipsis) then Show/Hide Columns.



In the popup window, drag and drop the submission ID to the right side to show it on the sheets column.


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7 Comments...

  • Sobuj khan

    There is no submission ID, because the form did not submit. There is no evidence of it from anything that I can see.

    It is ironic that on 9/19 when there was absolutely no issue with a "missing" submit button, that the form did not go through.

    Yesterday 9/29-there was an error code that flashed (too fast to see what it was) and all data entered onto the form was lost. Again, I cannot understand why the submit button was not there.

    The common denominator to this is that this happened at the same house, same location on 2 separate occasions, 9/19 & 9/29.

    Is there a way to see connectivity in the area I mentioned?

    Please advise.

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    pmrfboard
    April 08, 2020 at 12:20 PM
    4621293803212997883 .. this one came through with no PDF attached.

    4620071834018653858 .. additionally, this one is in JotForm submissions but we have received no email.

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    fsc7mail
    March 31, 2020 at 12:10 PM
    If I embed a form, how can I retrieve this submission ID in the page that the form is embedded?

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    turnerchile
    October 07, 2019 at 04:55 PM

    139/5000
    Is the Submission ID unique for each account?
    Two different forms could both have a record with the same submission id?

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    Horlarwales001
    September 04, 2019 at 10:17 AM
    I want to do the 10k package for this jotform and i av send the money since yesterday to admin but he is telling to do 30k bcus 10k own get problem now...how true is this guys?

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    danny_finn
    March 27, 2019 at 06:52 PM
    Hi

    I don't know how to tell if I'm "using the new submissions page called Sheets, click the Submissions settings (inverted ellipsis) then Show/Hide Columns." As describe above. How can I access this. Going back to my original question how do I have all off my form users over 800 of them to go back and revise their lunch choice.

  • sportcourtcourt

    There is no submission ID, because the form did not submit. There is no evidence of it from anything that I can see.

    It is ironic that on 9/19 when there was absolutely no issue with a "missing" submit button, that the form did not go through.

    Yesterday 9/29-there was an error code that flashed (too fast to see what it was) and all data entered onto the form was lost. Again, I cannot understand why the submit button was not there.

    The common denominator to this is that this happened at the same house, same location on 2 separate occasions, 9/19 & 9/29.

    Is there a way to see connectivity in the area I mentioned?

    Please advise.

  • pmrfboard

    4621293803212997883 .. this one came through with no PDF attached.

    4620071834018653858 .. additionally, this one is in JotForm submissions but we have received no email.

  • fsc7mail

    If I embed a form, how can I retrieve this submission ID in the page that the form is embedded?

  • turnerchile


    139/5000
    Is the Submission ID unique for each account?
    Two different forms could both have a record with the same submission id?

  • Horlarwales001

    I want to do the 10k package for this jotform and i av send the money since yesterday to admin but he is telling to do 30k bcus 10k own get problem now...how true is this guys?

  • danny_finn

    Hi

    I don't know how to tell if I'm "using the new submissions page called Sheets, click the Submissions settings (inverted ellipsis) then Show/Hide Columns." As describe above. How can I access this. Going back to my original question how do I have all off my form users over 800 of them to go back and revise their lunch choice.