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    Can a single respondent access a summary of his/her own data from a single form?

    Asked by uclageneralsurgeryresident on June 10, 2013 at 07:47 PM

    If I create a large form to generate a database of performance data, how can I make individual summaries accessible (specific to individual respondents).

    For example, in our form we may have 10 responses from individual A, 15 responses from individual B, and 5 responses from individual C.  Can individual A access summary data for his own 10 responses?  Can the remaining 20 responses between individuals B and C be restricted from view by individual A but available to the form administrator?


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    Answered by EltonCris on June 10, 2013 at 10:33 PM


    That's not possible with our data reports like Grid Listing or HTML Table listing. However, my suggestion would be to include the edit URL on your autoresponder so they can access they're data back after submissions. They can also update the submitted values if they'd re-submit the edit URL form.

    To include the Edit_URL, simple create an autoresponder and click Edit_URL on the form fields side bar.

    Hope this still helps. Thanks!