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Why can't I see some of the surveys I created via hub?

Question asked by hyunus-esristaff Employee on Jan 11, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 12, 2017 by JTedrick-esristaff

The documentation states the following (under the Sign in and Access your surveys section):

"Only the user account that published the survey has access to it in the Survey123 website initially. Regardless of the authorization levels of the member accounts you set up in the Create a group exercise, these accounts will be unable to access it."


This leads me to ask about something that I am unclear on: It seems that when I, as the organization's Admin, create and publish the survey and change ownership of those surveys to another member within my organization, I actually do not see those surveys under "My Surveys". So:

  1. Is this by design where only the Owner of the Survey Form and Feature Service can see and analyze these surveys?
  2. If it is by design, then perhaps the documentation needs to be altered to state something to the effect of: "Only the user account that published owns the survey has access to it in the Survey123 website initially".
  3. If not by design, then what could be causing this issue?
  4. Lastly, if it is by design, then what would be the recommended workflow for publishing the surveys where I need to be able to not just publish them and change the ownership to another member, but I also want the ability to still be able to view those surveys in Hub and be able to analyze results? in this case, would I: a) publish the Surveys; b) go to Survey123 hub and configure the "Analyze" settings under Collaborate; c) change survey's owner?


Thanks for your feedback in advance.