Using Template Overrides
A document is viewed through it's template as defined by the systemHeader.templateId. This can be 'overridden' by appending a different template to the end of the URL
For Example: https://support.formbird.com/#/form/e1dd9940-ba26-11e8-9aef-99f092bfb6a5 displays:
But when the template editor override is applied https://support.formbird.com/#/form/e1dd9940-ba26-11e8-9aef-99f092bfb6a5/74746c80-8378-11e6-99b1-71ee944cf59f it shows the data behind the document:
The following code creates an override shortcut for the template editor. In your browser, create a new shortcut and paste this code into it, then save. When you want to look at the underlying document, navigate to the document and click the shortcut. A new tab will open with the JSON displayed.
Any template can override any other to provide an alternate view of the information. If for the above document, you only wanted to display 3 of the fields instead of 6, you could construct a template with 3 fields (of the same name) and place that as an override on the template.