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Drupal 7 Webform Cookbook by Douglas Vernon Denny

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Saving draft submissions

A convenience we may offer to the logged-in registered users of our site is the ability to store incomplete multipage forms, that is, drafts. What this means is that a user can take days to complete a form submission, across multiple visits to our site, without losing the information they previously submitted.

How to do it...

Under the ADVANCED SETTINGS heading on our Form Settings page, check the box at Show "Save draft" button.

When we view our form now we will see that a Save Draft button has appeared next to our Next Page button.

How to do it...

How it works...

Since Webform can identify a logged-in user and match that specific user to ...

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