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Unable to check the Incomplete List of Sharepoint Survey

Posted on 2009-07-14
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I created sharepoint survey using branching logic.
In this case my user will see 3 buttons at the 1st screen "Next", "Save" and "Close"

If the user clicked on the save button (logical) and closed the page, without clicking the "finish" button, as a admin I can view the incomplete survey list. I will only see the completed = YES, where there is no way for me to see the completed flag = NO.

I can only view the completed flag = NO, if i am the creator. Can anyone help me on this? I need to pull out the incomplete list and notify those user to finish their survey.
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change the view to view all items and not overview or completed items.
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