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Saving forms for later completion???

  1. itsjaredj
    Member

    Hey guys, I know this is complicated. Just seeing where to start.

    Basically my client wants to put their employment application online. I started looking into this and tried to see if Gravity Forms might work for their needs. Aside from all of the privacy issues, is there an effective way of doing this? I got the client's "paper version" of their job application and it's about 10 pages long. I don't want to put people in a situation of having filled everything out just to have something go wrong and then have to redo the whole thing?

    Two questions really...
    1. Is Gravity Forms going to work for something like this?
    2. What's the best way to get going?

    Thanks for everything (I've already duplicated the application in only an hour or so using Gravity Forms, it's so easy!)

    Posted 9 years ago on Thursday June 10, 2010 | Permalink
  2. There's currently no built in way to save a form. We've talked about adding that type of functionality in the future but I don't have any firm timeline on that.

    I saw this just a couple of days ago - haven't tried it with Gravity Forms yet so I can't really vouch for it but it may work.. it saves everything in a cookie for a later visit.

    http://rikrikrik.com/jquery/autosave/

    Good luck.

    Posted 9 years ago on Thursday June 10, 2010 | Permalink