Allow responders to edit responses after submission. For example, if a student is taking a quiz and is unable to finish before the end of class, the student can submit the quiz to save their answers and then continue the quiz during the next class period.
John Guilbert commented
I'm in same boat. Client needs this functionality as sometimes they fill in answers (for free text) incorrectly. Bet Microsoft never thought these forms would be so popular ;)
Kathleen Napodano commented
After submitting your Form you should be able to go back and see what you put and edit is you need to.
It will be great to have the possibility to modify the page that appears when the user clic on Send button (when he finished to answer).
actually "thank you" appears but second the survey it is not enough
+1 We'd like to use this as a sales lead tracking tool so that our sales reps could enter basic prospect information & then go back and edit info as needed. The ability to edit after submitting would be a critical feature. Yes, I realize there are other, more robust sales tracking tools, but we really just need a basic form input tool for simple tracking. Please, Microsoft, add this feature.
I agree that this functionality would be wonderful!
GoogleForms allow it. Let´s use it!
ability to edit a response that has been submitted
Surely this is a basic feature. Google forms has supported this from day one.
It would be like Outlook being able to send emails but not reply. This is basic functionality. Come on Microsoft, get on board with what your users need.
If respondent provides insufficient answer in a longer list of questions, he/she should be able to edit response after the submitting.
Previously, a student's old quiz responses were saved and made editable when they clicked submit a new response. Now, the original answers are cleared and the student is forced to start over. I suggest this behavior is an option.
I use this for math assessments and my students need to be able to save their progress and return the next day to finish. If they could edit their responses this would make it possible. This is necessary and if it can't then we will use Google Forms instead.
Allow (or not) responders to edit responses after submitting.
We often need the ability to change an answer after the submission. With the option "One answer per person" there's no possibility to change althought the user ist logged in.
Without the option the every change will produce a new answer.
Q: Will you join us for the offisite?
Currently no chance to switch from "No" to "Yes". Without the "One Answer" option you have to find a filter the last user of every user. Not really feasible.
Katherine Hartman commented
Would like the admin to have the ability to modify a quiz response if necessary. For example, this is helpful if a user miskeyed a response or if the quiz was modified to include a new question that was not available at the time the user responded.
Bhoobalan Krishnan commented
If we want to maintain tracker kind of thing people keep on updating the data in Excel daily or weekly etc..The challenge here is at a time only one can open and edit.
so if we give a option to the user to update the existing user input values then we can use this forms as a interactive web trackers rather than our traditional excel trackers.
Yes please allow editing of responses after submission.
Loretta Van de Pol commented
We want to use this form to conduct assessments of employees, completed by the manager. Managers will not always complete the whole form in one sitting, so we need the ability to recall what they have previously submitted, so they can add to it at a later date.
Daniel Oliver commented
add the ability to change the message after completion of the form
Margaret Pinchen commented
It can be useful to give the users a specific message when they have completed the form, so that the publisher should be able to customise it.
It would be nice to be able to have one answer per user questionnaires be editable by the responder.
Lets say you had an internal company survey of some sort and you wanted users to have a month to complete it but give them the flexibility to complete it as they have time. This may include times when the results of the survey wont be complete until they've done other work and then reported it on the survey, so the results could change over the month.
Saving answers before submission is nice, but its not a solution to this problem as users will treat submit as save without understanding that they wont be able to edit it later.