What is the general goal of the feature?
We have several web-forms that use Enketo Grid Theme, with complex repeat logic. When admins want to view submissions afterwards, if we view them using the ‘single-submission modal’ view (from the data table, clicking on the little eyeball), then it is difficult for non-technical users to match up which data points relate to which parts of the Grid Theme form.
We would like a way for users to be able to view the forms exactly as they were submitted by the enumerator (i.e. using Enketo), without having to give edit access to those that don’t need to edit.
What are the most likely user stories for how and when this would be used by someone on your team?
- As a validator, I can view the submission in its original layout, without having the risk of accidental editing.
- I can print/pdf the submission just as it would have printed if the enumerator had hit print before they submitted the Enketo form.
- (future state - for bonus points) I can run a script to automatically pdf submissions - I have a way of doing this in bulk via scripting but would need a URL that is stable (i.e. doesn’t time out after 30s like the edit URL as mentioned in a prior thread.
Can you sketch out graphically how you think this should look/work in practice?
An extra icon on the Data View screen that takes the user to the Enketo view of the form but where data can’t be submitted (ideally where the URL is a format that can be constructed from fields in the data download…)
How useful would this feature be to other users or organizations?
useful, based on the multiple threads about viewing/printing completed submissions.
What can you contribute to making this feature a reality?
Interested in others’ views too. Thanks for considering!