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    Is there a widget that will not only allow my client to view all of her submissions in one place?

    Asked by Vpullum on October 18, 2016 at 01:19 AM
    Sorry. Have one more question. Is there a widget that will not only allow my client to view all of her submissions in one place, but also view it by category? This widget will be used on another form that will allow the parents who have registered their children for an annual membership to enroll them in classes. It’d be great if she wouldn’t have to search through her email to see who paid for and enrolled in what.
    Thanks!!
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    Answered by Chriistian on October 18, 2016 at 01:41 AM

    There is no widget that allows you to view the submissions in one place. However, we do have a Form Reports feature that you can use to achieve your requirement.

    1. You can create an HTML Table Listing report by following this guide: How to Create an HTML Table Listing Report?

    2. Then to display that report in a form, simply add an iFrame Embed Widget into your form and add the link from the HTML Table Listing report.

    You will be able to sort the submissions based on your selected field. Unfortunately, the Report feature does not allow you to show only submissions from a certain category.

    Another alternative would be to make the submissions page public and add it to your form using the iFrame embed widget. You will still need to add a password for the submissions page to access it. Here's our guide on How to Share Form's Submissions Page

    Please let us know if you need further assistance.
    Regards.