Internal Sibling Forms" are exact-duplicates of Public Forms that allow users to see data submitted from a Public Form, in the same layout as the Public Form. Users can also edit the Internal Sibling Forms.
Internal Sibling Forms cannot have different fields or layouts from their Public counterparts, but can have different Form Properties, such as "Form Title".
Create Internal Sibling Form for Public Form
If a Public Form doesn't have an Internal Sibling Form setup, then you will see an option to "Create Internal Sibling Form" in the Advanced Options of the Form Customizer for a Public Form.
Once a Public Form has an Internal Sibling Form, you will see an option to "View Internal Sibling Form" in the Advanced Options of the Form Customizer for a Public Form.
To add a link to an Internal Sibling Form
You can use the Sidebar Links Manager to add links to Internal Sibling Forms, just like any other form, as Public Forms cannot be used as links in the sidebar for editing the record.
For Multi-Part Public Forms, you will have to have a separate Internal Sibling Form for each one OR have a form which combines all Parts that is the internal sibling link. In this case, you will have to update the Parts and the Combined form when changes are made.
- Create an "Internal Sibling Form" for the Public Form.
- Open Form Customizer of form you want the sidebar link to Show.
- Advanced Options > Sidebar Links Manager. Add a new link for the "Internal Form" of the Public form. Reorder the links as needed.
Sibling forms are regenerated at the same time as the Public Forms (which is whenever any kind of change is made).