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Displaying previously submitted location points in a webform

Question asked by milo_hunter on Jul 31, 2019
Latest reply on Aug 7, 2019 by JTedrick-esristaff

I'm designing a Survey123 webform for respondents to identify bus stops along a route, one by one, to essentially submit the full sequence of stops along a bus service so that the bus route can then be mapped.


I've the form set up so that each time a location is submitted with the geopoint widget, the respondent has the option of returning to a certain point in the webform so that they can add the next bus stop along the route until they have provided all stop locations.


One of the feedback points i am consistently getting is that when the respondent is using the form to input data points, the point will be submited on completing the form each time and 'wiped' on the respondents end each time so that there is no record on the map of points that they have already added to the survey.


If the respondents will not have their own named user Survey123 accounts and will just be accessing the public webform through the URL i'll be providing, is there any way for the survey webform to keep record and display points that they themselves have previously submitted so that they can follow what they've already entered, where they are along the route, where they have yet to drop a point etc.?