I’d like some clarity on this.
My Scenario - I have a document that is used for upvoting (prioritising ideas). My document is open so that anyone with the link can edit (my contributors will be a bunch of unknown people).
It has a form so that people can submit more line items (embedded on a different site).
I use document locking so that users can only click the ‘vote’ button in my table within one of the pages in the doc. This works well, however, the Form itself can still be edited as the original poster stated (edit form in the top banner). I suspect this i inherited from the global sharing permissions.
Is there a better way to do this so that people cannot edit the form (regardless of whether they are signed in or not)? …like document locking…without having to specifically add users to the sharing permissions?