We have a survey that we've been tweaking/updating over the course of the last few months that we are now experiencing problems with.
When I log into Survey123 as the user who owns the survey, I can see 8 records that have been submitted. When another user logs in, they can only see 2 records that have been submitted. The really odd part is that the 2 records the non-owner can see aren't in the list of 8 records I can see as the owner.
I assumed we were having some type of permissions issue, but I've checked everything I can think of don't have the ability to give the non-admin user any more rights (the user is in a group that can submit and analyze the survey).
I'm still new to Survey123, so I started poking around a bit in the Content folder for the Survey (where the feature layers are created). For this particular survey, I see we have 3 layers that are "Feature Layer (hosted)" and 1 stakeholder layer that is a "Feature Layer (hosted,view)."
The other odd thing I see is that the 2 records the non-owner user can see when logging in are in the data tab of one of the older feature layers. The 8 records I can see as the owner are in the most recent feature layer.
So now, a few questions:
1) Does a new layer get created each time we republish the survey with new changes (fields/answer options/etc)? If so, should the older feature layers automatically be removed? If they aren't automatically cleaned up/removed, should I manually be deleting them?
2) Is there any explanation as to why a non-owner user is seeing data in an older layer and not the data in the most recently updated feature layer?
3) Am I even barking up the right tree here thinking the problem is with the feature layers?