Editing Submissions

You can allow your users to edit their submissions from the front end with the following Twig template code. Feel free to alter to your needs!

First, let's get a collection of submissions for the contactForm form. We'll want to restrict submissions to the current users' own submissions - we don't want them being able to edit other people's form submissions!

{% set submissions = craft.formie.submissions.form('contactUs').email(currentUser.email).all() %}

{% for submission in submissions %}
    <a href="account/form/{{ submission.id }}">Edit {{ submission.title }}</a>
{% endfor %}

In this example, our contactForm form has a field with a handle email - your form may be different. You might like to link off to a individual template for each submission, which we've shown above. It'll be up to you to setup your template structure.

In our example, we have a route setup to handle account/form/{{ submission.id }}.

On this template, we fetch the submission from the provided submission ID in the URL

{% set submissionId = craft.app.request.getSegment(3) %}
{% set submission = craft.formie.submissions.id(submissionId).one() %}

{% if not submission %}
    {% exit 404 %}
{% endif %}

Then, to actually output the form for the user to edit - the easiest option is to use renderForm(), like you would output a normal form.

{# Tell Formie we're editing a submission #}
{% do submission.form.setSubmission(submission) %}

{{ craft.formie.renderForm(submission.form) }}

This will output your form just as it would for a regular form submission, including CSS/JS and all other configurations, but with the bonus of your form content being populated on the form. The setSubmission() call tell's the Form that you're editing a submission, instead of creating a new one, so integrations like Captchas are disabled. There's no need to protect from spam if the submission has already been made.

You can also take complete control over the form's HTML if you wish.

{# Tell Formie we're editing a submission #}
{% do submission.form.setSubmission(submission) %}

{# Register any CSS/JS for the form, as we aren't using `renderForm()` #}
{% do craft.formie.registerAssets(submission.form) %}

<form id="{{ submission.form.formId }}" method="post" data-config="{{ submission.form.configJson }}">
    {{ hiddenInput('action', 'formie/submissions/save-submission') }}
    {{ hiddenInput('handle', submission.form.handle) }}
    {{ hiddenInput('submissionId', submission.id) }}
    {{ hiddenInput('siteId', submission.siteId) }}
    {{ csrfInput() }}

    {% for field in submission.form.getFields() %}
        {{ craft.formie.renderField(submission.form, field) }}
    {% endfor %}

    <button type="submit">Save</button>
</form>

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