When assigning a form through a link, you can ensure that your employees are the only ones who can fill it out by restricting access to only your company’s email domain. Someone who doesn’t have an email address from the domain you select won’t be able to view or fill out the form. They can request access from you.
Here’s how you can enable this feature in the Form Builder:
- Go to the Publish tab.
- Click Assign Form in the menu on the left.
- Click the Settings link.
- Select Company Access.
- Provide your company’s domain name, as shown in the highlighted image below:
With Jotform Enterprise, you can enable single sign-on to maintain tighter control over your forms.
At the bottom part of the Access Settings, you’ll find both Permissions and Options. These two are straightforward. Set them up according to your needs.
I want to send a survey to a company out side of the one I work for. If I set this to private and insert their domain name (not the company I work for) will this remain private still?
Making Your Forms Accessible to Company Members Only refer,
Is company’s domain name can be multiple ?
i.e: abc.com, xyz.com
Means allow 2 domain email members?
Hi, Is it possible to capture the email address used to sing in into form?
How can I find out which staff member emailed a form to a client without giving the employee permission to edit my forms? Can I include an email to each staff member when their specific client returns a submission so that the staff member is notified as well?
Ezmi Carrizales, Parent Education Facilitator IV
BCFS Health and Human Services - Harlingen
Community Services Division – HIP Program (Helping Through Intervention & Prevention)
1702 E. Tyler Ave. Suite 4 | Harlingen, Texas 78550
office (956) 230-3849 |
direct 3558 | cell (956) 367-4291
Hello I have a question I have 3 forms from Jot form and I would like to know can all 3 forms be assigned as one instead of being separate to a company in a email domain?