Hello, I'm digging AdobeForms. Very modern look and feel. And strong feature set, too. I'm looking forward to its maturation.
I noticed there's no "Phone number" setting for field validation. Consequently, I had to use a "Text" field in order to fill in the form thus allowing me to use the ubiquitous hyphens (or slashes, or parenthesis, or periods) used in phone numbers. Also, as an additional precautionary workaround to minimize user entry errors, I utilized the "Include Help Text" option as well as limited the character count to Min: 7 and Max: 12.
People routinely mistype their phone numbers and I'm hoping there's enough interest to consider a "Phone number" field validation setting?
Common phone number formats. The first two are my preferences for forced formating via a validated field:
- (123) 456-789
Question about the date validation... I'd like to only allow a date entry for an adult. In other words, if the form filler is under 18 years old, it won'y let them continue or I can invoke a rule. Is that doable?
You would just ask them if they are over or under 18 in a question. If under you could jump to the end and skip all of the "adult" pages. You can do this using page skip logic - its a property of a page break.