The need for Forms to update an existing row and not send a request
I see the constant request to have Forms update an existing row and yet it hasn't come to fruition yet? I'm facing the same issue with the need to have users, in this case mechanics, update a Form to reflect anything they may have worked on a regarding parts to a manufacturing/production line and have it done as close to Real-Time as possible. Naturally a Request Form or anything of the sort is a no-go.
Pulling the columns from an extensive working sheet into a report was what I intended and did, but I was advised that by the department manager in the engineering/mechanics area that if we were to consider the effort of having mechanics enter data on smartsheet rather than on paper forms, it would need to be in a Form format. I actually agree after having put together a very intuitive Form that would help capture the new Columns I added to the existing Production/Planning Schedule worksheet.
Well I did that so that it would be easy to then just pull up these Forms on their smartphones but after running a test, I noticed that the updates do not update the existing row but simply add a new row towards the top or bottom of the worksheet.
I can't imagine how this isn't feature when there are so many requests for it and it makes so much sense for being efficient. Would seem natural to want to work in this fashion for many I imagine.
Is there any update to this and if not, are there any videos for helping with a workaround.