About "Edit forms"

Hello folks –

I recall somewhere back in my history of learning commcare, that there was
a possible method (perhaps not an ideal one) where one could design a
certain kind of form, sometimes called an “edit form,” that would give
administrators an option to use in case they found out that incorrect data
had been entered into a form.

Is there a help page that describes that method/principle? if not, could
someone describe the basic idea of that?

Thanks much! I understand that this might not be a fully developed
feature, but I want to make sure I understand the options (and their
risks.)

thx

Eric

Hi Eric,

Thanks for your inquiry. This is the page that spells out all the options
to edit data using CommCare
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Edit+Data+in+CommCare

We’re working on other features that will make this workflow easier for
administrators and we will announce once is ready.

Best,

··· On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 8:35 AM, Eric Stephan wrote:

Hello folks –

I recall somewhere back in my history of learning commcare, that there was
a possible method (perhaps not an ideal one) where one could design a
certain kind of form, sometimes called an “edit form,” that would give
administrators an option to use in case they found out that incorrect data
had been entered into a form.

Is there a help page that describes that method/principle? if not, could
someone describe the basic idea of that?

Thanks much! I understand that this might not be a fully developed
feature, but I want to make sure I understand the options (and their
risks.)

thx

Eric


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Great – thanks much!