How to verify passwords inside your form
The password block can be used to verify a password inside your form and you can use the outcome of that verification in your logic.
The password block looks like a plain password field at first, but hides a pretty powerful and save secret: you can verify the entered password of your respondents with the password you set up. Let's see how to do that.
Set password match condition
First we add a password block to our form. Now we create a branch with a
Password match condition and we open that branch condition to set the desired password that our respondents have to match.
We enter the password twice, so we're sure it's the right password. The password indicator at the top will transform to green and will say the password is set. Because of Tripetto's password protection method (see below) you won't see your password any more, but as long as the password indicator is green, the password is set correctly.
Use password match branch
Now we setup the password match branch, we can add the desired question blocks of our form that only will be visible after our respondent entered the right password we set.
About password protection
Tripetto never stores the password you set as branch match. Instead we use asymmetric cryptography to verify passwords without knowing them.
The passwords entered inside the form by your respondents are not saved by default, but you can overrule that.