Responses are of course added to the Form by name. I am trying to figure out how to quickly determine who has NOT responded from among a relatively long list of people that I sent the Form to.
Does the submitter have to be logged in to Smartsheet to see the Form?
I hope that helps!
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No, the submitter doesn't have to be logged in. I thought perhaps I could create another sheet with the list of those to which the Form link was sent and utilize conditional links to check the sheet with Form responses to track those that had responded. Perhaps there is an easier way.
There are a few options.
If they have to be logged in, we could easily see who hasn't submitted it.
Ip possible, we could send a unique link to each submitter.
Have you thought about using an update request process instead?
What do you think?
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