Vicforms will not function in your browsers incognito browsing mode. This is because Vicforms requires local storage of data on your device. If you ever need to have two users logged in to the same device you are able to use a different supported browser.
If payment for your VicForms subscription tier is 15 or more days overdue you will still be able to log in and view your agreements, however, you will not be able to create or send agreements via One Touch.
Verification codes through Twilio
Vicforms uses Twilio for two-factor verification. As Twilio is a large provider of SMS services a recipient may have requested "STOP" to a service that uses Twilio. There are a couple of solutions to this:
- Try placing the SIM card in a different device
- If the tenant has ever sent STOP to a Twilio number, they might have blocked the ability to receive Twilio codes. This can be fixed by texting "START" to AUTHMSG.
- Check that the device doesn't have any phone numbers blocked or has Do Not Disturb activated.
Many isolated issues in Vicforms can be resolved by first performing a refresh of the webpage. If the issue still persists try logging out and log back in.
If you are unable to log out you can try to follow the below steps in Google Chrome:
Clear Site Data
Press F12 on your keyboard to open the Chrome Tools.
Head to the Application tab
Click Clear Site Data
Close the Dev tools window and refresh the page.
The steps to clear your browser cache data can be found at google's support page here: