Thanks to the search function, searching for completed forms is easy. The search function allows you to retrieve previously submitted registrations and use it for a new registration.
1. Adjust the settings
Once you have logged into the MoreApp Platform, you can adjust the settings of your form and enable the search function. Click on Edit Form and go to the Settings tab. Here you can enable the search function under Search Settings. By clicking on Add, you can select the fields you want to search for in the app. Next, Save & Publish your form and open the app.
2. Open the app
The next step is to open MoreApp on your device (iOS & Android) or in your web browser. As you can now see there is a Search function on the bottom left of your form. By clicking on Search you can retrieve all registrations or the ones from last week, month or year. Also, you can filter by the fields you have selected in the Platform. Here you can also make changes to a previous registration and submit it as a new registration. The previous registration won't be overwritten. However, signature widgets will not be included when retrieving a registration.
3. Filter the fields
By default, all the fields are taken over to the new registration. However, you can configure the filter to only take over some fields. This is done by going to the Form in the Platform and clicking on Edit Form. Next, go to the Settings tab and check the Filtering enabled box at the Search Settings. Now the fields that you select will be empty when you retrieve the registration. Save & Publish the form and go to the app. Now when you search for a form, you see that the field that you excluded is empty.
The other options are: (1) Only show registrations made by current user, if this function is enabled, only the forms of the logged in user can be searched for. (2) Allow anonymous users to search, this means that people without a MoreApp account can search for forms.
You can now successfully search for a completed form!
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