Another Form Security option is the ability to examine user entries for specific character strings. If you want to restrict the values in more that one field, or you want to restrict entries to specific data types or test for other form or data conditions, consider using Validation instead.
For example, if you are running a campaign restricted to a certain geographic area, you would add validation to the city field. However, if you have people entering certain words into a field and you don't want those forms submitted, you would use this feature.
- With the form open in Form Designer, from the Settings menu, choose Security Settings.
- Click the Restricted Values tab.
- Make the changes as described below.
- Click Finish to save your changes and return to your form.
From the dropdown list, choose the field on which you want to restrict the user entry.
Enter a list of values, separated by a comma, that you want to prevent as input to the chosen field. For example, if you
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Enter the URL to which the browser will redirect when a restricted value is input by the user.
Enter the error message that will display when a match is made against your restriction list. You must choose either this error message or the URL If you enter an URL above, then this error message will not display to the user.