This solution was suggested after my email support question.

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    Asked on August 08, 2019 at 10:27 AM

    This solution was suggested after my email support question. However, there may be a simpler way should I explain the process in more detail.

    I have a form that is used by Referee Coaches to provide feedback to referees. The Referee Coaches add their names and email addresses to the form so they receive a copy of the coach report via email. They also provide the names and email addresses of the referees so they also receive a copy of the coach report via email. As the Referee Development Manager, I receive a copy of all coach reports generated via email. I have one field in the JotForm called "Admin: Game/Referee Feedback". What I would like to achieve is to make this field hidden to the referees but visible to the Referee Coaches and myself once the form is submitted and sent via email. This field will allow the Referee Coaches to make statements about the referees/game that may be to direct or blunt for the referees to see, but would be helpful to the Referee Coach team in order to build a strategy for the referee's development. Is there a way of achieving this type of output without the approval process?

    This is a re-post of a comment on A General Approach on Building an Approval Process Workflow

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    Answered on August 08, 2019 at 11:08 AM

    I could not locate your account hence I am unable to locate your form as well. 

    The approval workflow is nothing but a combination of email notification, autoresponder, and conditional logic. As long as you can use this for your requirement you should be able to achieve what you need. 

    I suggest to use the Get Page URL Widget and use a condition such as if Get Page URL field contains edit then display Admin: Game/Referee Feedback field. This will create a conditional logic to show the field only when you are editing a form. 

    I can provide you more details if you can share the form link with us. Feel free to ask if you have more questions. 

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    Answered on August 08, 2019 at 11:55 AM

    Below is the link to my form in question: