I have two separate webforms, and I want to be able to display all submissions from both webforms that have the same value of a specific field. I also want different fields to be displayed based on what form they're coming from.

For example, both webforms have a field called area. I would like to display the submissions of both these webforms if they both have area set to the same value. Amongst these submissions, if they're from form 1, I want to display the values for field1,field2,and field3 in the view. If they're from form2, I want to display the values for field4,field5, and field6 in the view.

Is there a way to accomplish this in a view?

  • Is this 7 or 8? And are you using the webform module? Also by answers what do you mean? A list of all the submissions?
    – Amy
    Mar 24, 2017 at 18:06
  • Drupal 7, yes I am using the webform module. I'm sorry not answers but Webform submission data: Value for two different webform nodes.
    – beanie
    Mar 24, 2017 at 18:16
  • Do you mean the values of every submission of the two webforms?
    – Amy
    Mar 24, 2017 at 18:18
  • Not every value but most
    – beanie
    Mar 24, 2017 at 18:26
  • Do you mean the most recent submissions?
    – Amy
    Mar 24, 2017 at 18:28

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You may want to read this: https://www.drupal.org/node/2497183

Views cannot display information from more than one webform at a time unless the webforms share the same components.

One solution would be to add order# as a hidden field so that all webforms have a component by this field key. I haven't tried having mixed component types for with the same field key, but I suspect it will work, at least with some view configurations

You may wind up having to create a template for a module to get the report you are looking for.

Drupal answers actually already has a post on this: Multiple Webforms in one View

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