I have strung a bunch of forms together to create a risk assessment.
I am using Gravity View to enable users to up-date their original entries but I would like to take them from the message “You have previously submitted this form” - with a link - directly to the Gravity View where they can make their update.
Where can I edit the “You have previously submitted this form” message and insert the link?
Thank you in advance.
“You have previously submitted this form” doesn’t seem to be a string provided by Gravity Forms, which makes sense because restricting how many times an user can submit a form is not a feature of Gravity Forms. Maybe you have some Gravity Wiz’s snippet or add-on enabled to limit submissions? If so, I would recommend you to contact with Gravity Wiz support for advice.
You can create a link to the Edit Entry page of GravityView by using the [gv_entry_link action=“edit” entry_id=“x” view_id=“x”] shortcode, but you’ll need to know the entry ID if you are going to use this shortcode outside of GravityView.
Related: The [gv_entry_link] Shortcode - GravityView Support, Knowledge Base, How-To & Docs
Hi Rafael, that makes sense but given multiple users, how do I dynamically populate the entry_id field?
Hi Tim. I recommend opening a support ticket with GravityView if you need help with that. It may be quicker than waiting for a reply here. Thank you.
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