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When editing a submission can the entire form be viewed on the screen without having to scroll?Asked by brooke.clem on May 14, 2015 at 10:00 AM
I'm having difficulties with a few areas and need some help.
*I've set up two different forms. One is titled 'Project Engagement Request' and is under the user name/email Audrey.Thomas@chick-fil-a.com. The other is called 'Project Change Request' and is under my own user name/email Brooke.firstname.lastname@example.org.
1) When editing the forms, is there a way to see the entire form on the screen without having to scroll over? It's just not very 'easy' for the user when having to edit a form that's already been submitted.2) When in the 'view submissions', we don't like the order of the columns (summary data). I move the columns around each time I view submissions, but I need to be able to 'save' the column order so that the information that I need is all on the screen at once.3) The notification emails are not very 'pretty' or user friendly. Is there a way to change the format of these emails so that have a better user interface?4) Notification emails for edits/updates - I want to highlight only the 'changed' fields so that the person receiving the email will know what was edited on the form. How can I do this?
Thank you for your help!
Brooke Clem / email@example.com
If I understood correctly you wish the form to be displayed on same page when editing the submission. Unfortunately the edit link will take the user to the same form, so if the form by itself needs the scroll bars, also when using the edit link we'll need the scroll bars.
The alternative is to try to edit the form so that it fits the screen.
I moved your other questions to new threads as we aim at having only one question per thread:
Let us know if we can assist you further.