As of Sitefinity CMS 7.2, you can edit form responses on the frontend. This means that a form that has already been submitted can be reopened and the user can edit the responses. When reopening the form, you can make some fields read-only or completely hide them.
EXAMPLE: In certain conditions you may want users not to be able to change some form fields when the edit their responses. For example, once you filled out your name and email, you can edit the rest of the form, but you cannot change your personal details. Similarly, you may want to hide fields in edit mode. The example included can hide certain fields in the form, if the user is not logged in or does not have administrative rights.
To open a response for editing in the frontend, you must append to the page that displays the form, a specific query string that you must generate.
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