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Does saving form in progress require an AEM account?

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24-09-2019

Hi I am just trying to understand how the process of saving a form in progress works. Such as Auto-save an adaptive form

My understanding is that, once the form is saved. You will need an AEM account to log into a forms portal to view their incomplete form submissions.

My questions are:

  • Do you need an AEM account to retrieve a partially completed form submission?
  • Do you need a forms portal to find those incomplete submissions.
  • Is this the only way to do this?

I am using AEM forms 6.5.

Thanks.

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You can enable save either based on any event or time. In either case, the saved form will be visible to you in the form Portal page.

  • Do you need an AEM account to retrieve a partially completed form submission?

     Yes, you need to login to view your saved form. But you can enable autosave for the anonymous user as well.

  • Do you need a forms portal to find those incomplete submissions?

     yes, the form will be listed under Drafts & Submissions component.

Please refer below 2 documents for detail:

Adobe Experience Manager Help | Drafts and submissions component 

Introduction to publishing forms on a portal

  • Is this the only way to do this?

          You can customize the save and draft component though but as of now, that's the only way.

Adobe Experience Manager Help | Customizing Draft and Submission data services

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