1 Reply Latest reply on May 28, 2013 10:58 AM by jcanepa

    Forms

    omegavenicelioness

      What is a seat? How do I post a form to my website? Does the form submit and go to PayPal and go back to my website? Can I change forms without limitations to incoporate my needs? Can I track the info submitted on the form? Can data be dowloaded to Excel? Can can I avoid exceeding limits, for example is there a limit per form for responses to be stored? Does Adobe Standard 10 and/or 11 have all these features for free use? Do the forms work with Google Analytics?

        • 1. Re: Forms
          jcanepa Adobe Employee

          What is a seat? - A seat represents a named user that has access to FormsCentral at the Plus account level.  If you get 5 seats then you will have 5 users that will have a Plus level account. 

           

          How do I post a form to my website? - You embedd the form into your website.  See article http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1991

           

          Does the form submit and go to PayPal and go back to my website? - see article http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1632

           

          Can I change forms without limitations to incorporate my needs? - With a Plus account you get unlimited forms.  With a Basic account you get 5.  With a free account you get 1.

           

          Can I track the info submitted on the form? - Yes, in the View Responses tab you will see a table that has all user responses. See Analyze and Share your data in article http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1413

           

          Can data be downloaded to Excel? - Yes.  See article http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1383

           

          Can I avoid exceeding limits, for example is there a limit per form for responses to be stored? -  No, you cannot avoid limits.  With a Free account you get 50 responses per form.  With a Basic account you get 500.  With Plus 5000.  See article http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1382 for ways to manage around this limit.

           

          Does Adobe Standard 10 and/or 11 have all these feature for free use?  FormsCentral is a separate service from Acrobat.  Differences are layed out in article http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1385

           

          Do the forms work with Google Analytics? - No.

           

          -Jeff Canepa