Would you like to edit form entries on your WordPress site? Sometimes a user might submit a form, but later realize that they shared some incorrect details. Or in other cases, you may just need to fix some typos.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to edit entries in WPForms.
Editing Form Entries
To get started, you’ll need to make sure you have at least one entry on your site.
Note: If you don’t have any form entries yet, you can preview your form and submit a test entry.
When you’re ready, click on WPForms » Entries in the left menu of your WordPress admin area. Then, click on the name of the form you want.
After clicking on the form’s name, you should see a page of all entries submitted for that form.
Note: If you need to find a specific entry, be sure to check out our guide to searching and filtering your entries list.
Once you’ve found the entry you want, go ahead and click the View option on the right side.
This will open the individual entry’s page. In the upper right corner of this page, you should see a box named Entry Details. Within that box, click on the blue Edit button.
After clicking this button, the entry fields will adjust to be editable.
Now that you’ve made any edits to your form, be sure to save those changes by clicking the Update button.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any types of fields that can’t be edited?
Yes, the following field types that will not be editable:
- GDPR Agreement
- File Upload
- Hidden Field
- All payment fields
Can I adjust who has permission to edit entries?
Definitely! We have built in Access Controls where you can adjust which user roles can take various actions within WPForms — including editing entries.
If my form is integrated with a third party service, will my edits get sent to that integration?
Any edits will be stored only within WPForms, and integrations will not be edited. Please be sure to check your integration(s) for any additional edits needed.
That’s it! You can now edit your form entries in WPForms. Next, would you like to learn about more options within form entries? Be sure to check out our complete guide to form entries where we’ve shared all the details.