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Letting individuals save progress? 7 months 2 days ago #254892

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Hey! I've seen some pretty old topics on this, but nothing within the last few years and nothing that has really provided an answer that I see.

I am looking to see if it is possible to let individuals save their progress on a form. I have a pretty sizable form running and love the functionality, but I know it is difficult to compelte in one sitting. Is there something I can do to let individuals save their progress and then reload it after they walk away from a computer?

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Letting individuals save progress? 7 months 2 days ago #254896

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Hi,

Hi,

please try this:
enable "submission editable by user" in the BF menu item or module item settings (depending if call the form using a menu item or a module).

For this the users need to be logged in. That's all they they need to do.
Once they re-open the form again after the first submission, their old entries should appear and being editable.

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Tihana

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Letting individuals save progress? 7 months 2 days ago #254898

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I have that set up in the options but they would need to be a user on my site to be able to do this and logged in?

I have been testing it and had other test logged in. There is no save option, and it does not do this automatically. I'm also getting the impression they would need to have first completed the application. I want to know about not having to complete it in one sitting. Your answer gives me the impression they would still need to submit first before being able to pull up old submission info to update it.

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Letting individuals save progress? 7 months 2 days ago #254902

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Hi,

yes, user need to be logged on your site.

Also, in this topic is explained how to save the form to submit it later:
crosstec.org/en/forums/3-breezingforms-f...r,-step-by-step.html

Hope this helps

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Tihana

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