I went to go check if I could set our forms to be always public by default, but it doesn’t appear that way. Currently, it is set up for team members to be able to modify form permissions. Upon creation though it defaults to “Within Organization Only”. Seeing as we are giving this form to customers in all cases, we’d like a feature where we could make forms default upon creation to the ‘Anyone with link can access’.
Hey @felicia1, the admin can change some settings gor form permissions via admin controls „security“, for more info read about it here.
Now setting all to public by default I am not aware. Maybe also due to security reasons not sure.
One thing I have not tested yet is when saving a project as template whether the form permissions are saved also.
I’m aware of the settings under security. It looks like it does not have an option to set form permissions as always public. Maybe the template route might work if it preserves the form settings.
I have just tested this and I can confirm that the form settings I saved in the template project were pulled over to the project created from the template.
Awesome sounds like a good plan.
This solution isn’t working. I have a ticket in with support but it’s taking so long. I can’t make my form public. I am a super admin and we are on the premium plan.
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In this case I am afraid you‘ll have to wait for a response from the support team. If you are on a paid plan make sure you send the email from this email address so your query is attended to faster than free plans.
Also just fyi: if you send a follow up that will push your request to the end of the queue.