01-02-2019 02:03 AM
01-02-2019 05:42 AM
01-06-2019 04:56 PMSolution
Not with Forms alone at this time.
However it's possible that you could use Microsoft Flow to take the response, have an email sent the submitter with the details for approval (the verification would be that they have used their registration email to confirm what they have submitted), which will then trigger an email to you with the response.
You could also have the response stored in SharePoint, or as a document, etc (I have set something similar up in my company).
It's a workaround and the UserVoice idea below is a good one for proper functionality.
01-07-2019 12:15 AM
01-07-2019 04:00 PM
There's two ways that could work depending on how strict the digital signature needs to be (e.g. for legal compliance you will need a secure Connector).
Option 1. Using approvals to get sign off
Here's a scenario you could apply:
a. The user fills in the form and submits it. Their email address is automatically recorded (if the form is for use within the orgnsation) OR they can nominate an email address.
b. A copy of the form details submitted by the user is sent to the users nominated email.
c. User can review the info they have provided and click Approve to finalise the process.
d. You will receive an email with the final approval and form details.
The only catch with this is that someone can impersonate another person if they are providing the email address.
If this is internal to Microsoft (or your clients organisation), this should not be an issue as the submitters email is recorded and the email can be automatically sent to their email address.
Option 2. Use DocuSign or Adobe Sign for a secure digital signature
You can use Flow to trigger a process for the submitter to digitally sign off on the form details. Using a similar flow above, you'd need to use the DocuSign or Adobe Sign Connectors and configure it to execute this process.
Note that the two Connectors are not free and will require some form of licensing.
I hope that makes sense and helps!