Advanced Form Settings
Last edited 2/18/2020
In the form editor, the "Form Properties" tab has several important options. Title, description, the option to hide these while embedding your form, and basic options for your success message are all shown by default. To access more advanced settings, click on "show more options" below the "Submission Confirmation" box.
Users are taken to a success page after their form is successfully submitted and saved as an entry. You can customize your form's success page in the Submission Confirmation box. You may want to give users additional instructions. If the form is only part of a registration process, instead of a success page, you can insert a URL that will lead them to the next step.
See Logic & Advanced Notifications for details on setting up conditional success messages.
The label alignment drop-down alters the visual layout of your form. Top aligned is the default. Both left and right aligned move your field labels to the left of your fields, creating columns. "Left" and "right" refer to the alignment of field labels within that first column.
Save and Resume Later
The first processing option allows users to save their entries on the form and resume later. This only works for multi-page forms, and the checkbox will be grayed out if your form has only one page. This is a good option for long forms where a user may have to pause and gather additional information.
If a user chooses to save, the form will create an entry with what data exists, and that entry will be marked incomplete. The user will be taken to a page displaying a link they can paste into a browser in order to return. The form will also send that link in an email notification. When you enable this option, a "Resume Email Options" box appears, allowing you to customize this email.
The save and resume option is also used by council staff when removing form entries.
Show Review Page
Selecting this option adds a final page to your form that presents everything users have entered in table format, allowing them to double-check the accuracy of their information. This can be helpful, as users can no longer access their entries once a form is submitted. If you choose this option, you can customize all review page instructions, including the buttons to submit and return.
Protection and Limits
Protection and Limit options restrict access to the form, and are rarely used, but are appropriate in some situations.
Password protection requires users to enter an assigned password before they can complete the form. This is a single password for all users, not an individual account. This option allows you to restrict who can fill out your form.
CAPTCHA spam protection is not currently supported.
Limiting entries per IP address effectively limits the number of times each user may fill out your form, although users can get around this using VPN's. This option is useful for contest entries or voting.
"Limit Submission" limits the total number of times your form can be filled out. This can be useful for events with limited participation, but requires individual registration of each participant.
Automatic Scheduling allows you to designate when your form is available to users. You can restrict access before a certain date, after a certain date, or both. Simply check to enable, then enter a date and time for "from date" and/or "until date." Remember, Tentaroo forms operate in Eastern Standard/Daylight Time.
Outside of your set schedule, your form will appear as: