10-15-2019 01:17 PM
10-16-2019 01:16 AM
HI Liz @Liz_F, no you can't edit the response directly, but what you can do - and we do this a lot in my company - is to use Flow to save the response to a SharePoint list which, as well as having the columns for the answers in the response, can have a lot of other columns as well which you can then edit and save. A simple example is below (and assumes responses will be coming from outside the organisation, hence the request for the email address. Otherwise you could grab the responder's details directly via an Office 365 Users action in Flow).
Hope that helps. Come back with any questions about this.
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03-10-2020 01:39 AM - edited 03-10-2020 02:04 AM
@Vincent87 as I said in my previous post, it is not currently possible to edit a response after it has been submitted. There is a UserVoice request for this which you can vote for at https://microsoftforms.uservoice.com/forums/386451-welcome-to-microsoft-forms-suggestion-box/suggest...
Other than that you would need to use a flow to save the response to SharePoint and start the approval. If the outcome was Reject then an email would be sent by the flow to the responder with a link to the SharePoint item asking them to edit their response. You'd need a column in your list for Status which would be initially Pending, would then be set to Approve or to Resubmit depending on the outcome.
When the user edited their response in the SharePoint list they would need to set the Status to Resubmitted.
You would then need a second flow that would trigger when an item was created or modified and would have a trigger condition of
@equals(triggerBody()?['Status'],'Resubmitted') so it would only fire if the list item had a status of Resubmitted and would send the approval to the approver and update the Status column etc..
So it's moderately complex if you're not used to flows in Power Automate. But come back with any questions or problems.
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