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Unique ID for Google Form that a survey respondent can see

I work for a small NGO that identifies and tracks invasive species. I am trying to solve a issue we have with tracking submitted samples. We have our volunteers and collaborators fill-out and submit a google form and that works fine. However, in order to track any physical samples that are later shipped, we would like to have a unique ID that those volunteers can see and then use when they submit the form.

sharepoint designer – How to stop page refresh after submit to a survey?

I added a survey (data view) web part to one of my pages and then I added another survey web part to the page that shows the results in a graphical summary I have hidden this web part. I want the results of the survey to be hidden until users clicks submit on the survey data view web part. However, submitting the survey causes the page to refresh which causes the graphical summary web part to hide again. How can I stop the page from refreshing every time a user hits submit. I have already tried adding event.preventDefault(); in javascript. Also, the submit button is not using a button tag. It is <input type="button">

Hide Survey Time Created & Number of Responses

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Hi, I am very new to SharePoint. I do not have any coding background.

I created a survey as shown in the photo. However, I am trying to hide the two columns,

  • Time Created
  • Number of Responses

Appreciate if I can get guided steps on how to hide the 2 columns. Thanks in advance.

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Can you loop back to a previous question rather than branch to a future question?

I am building a department survey and wanted to provide the user the option to “loop” back to a previous question to rate different individuals without having to repeat the questions. Is this possible?

permissions – How to allow people to respond to a survey in SharePoint but not to add questions?

I am trying to create a survey in SharePoint that I plan to share with some colleagues. The problem I am facing is that if I assign users with the “Visitor” (reader) profile, they are not given access to respond to the survey, while if they are assigned with the “Member” (contributor) profile, they can respond to the survey but can also get access to the survey setting and can therefore add their own questions (which I don’t want them to do).

I am guessing there must be some specific permissions I need to assign or remove but I am not sure which.

Can anyone please help?

Thanks,

Nikos

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SharePoint Survey: Checking for duplicate response entries

I need to create a survey on SharePoint where the users will need to rank 13 unique items in order of importance. As such, I need to somehow enforce all response entries from a single person are unique.

Example:

Say there are three items: Item 1, Item 2, and Item 3. If the user ranks both Item 1 and Item 2 as #1, then the survey should throw an error until the user assigns different ranks to all three items.

Unfortunately, due to access restrictions, we cannot use webparts to write a JS code or anything fancy to achieve this. We are trying to achieve this using column validation, but we ran into a very silly issue.

Essentially, I tried to solve it by just literally comparing every column to one another and ensuring that there are no duplicates. I created 3 separate “Number type” questions, each labeled as “item 1”, “item 2”, and “item 3”.

=AND((item 1)<>(item 2), (item 1)<>(item 3), (item 2)<>(item 3))

which does exactly what we need it to do. However, we have a total of 13 items that need to be ranked, and each item has a long name – unfortunately, SharePoint limits the length of its column validation formulas to 1024 characters.

Given these limitations, are there any work arounds we can use to create this survey? In short, I’m looking for one of these:

  • A validation formula to check for duplicate responses without going over the 1024 character limit
  • A built-in question type that can achieve this out of the box (please note that we cannot use any webparts, so plug-ins are out of question)

I am NOT looking for the same functionality as “Enforce unique values” option available for the “Number type” questions. What that does is it ensures all values within one column are unique; I need to make sure that responses given by a single person must be unique across all columns in the survey.

Thank you in advance.