Logiforms actually has a very strong set of features to manage data and work with multiple users accessing the data at the same time. You can also import your Adobe Form Central PDF's directly into logiforms (Importing your Adobe Form Central PDFs into logiforms.com - YouTube)
Some of our Data Management Features:
- Sub users accounts for data only access
- Restricted views for sub users (and shared views)
- Sort/search/filter by any column in real time
- Hide and Show columns
You can learn more here:
Video Tutorials | Support | LogiForms (video tutorial showing some of the 'basic' data management features)
Some of our customers with multi users, use our Publishing and Workflows feature to build web portals where staff can log in and manage applications and move them through various workflows. Clients like AAA Insurance use logiforms to handle Insurance quotes, with each agent accessing a portal and taking ownership of new leads before moving them through their workflow.
Here are a couple examples of what our customers are doing with forms and workflows:
If you start a 15 day free trial, the sample form in your account already has some data, so you can start playing with it and see how it works.
Let me know if you have any questions!
I won't give a copy&paste answer. I will give you a honest answer about JotForm. I didn't know how these features worked before. After your questions I researched and found this page below.
- Private Views
That's some really cool feature. Unfortunately, we don't have this on JotForm. It is possible to filter the reports by date, but not by rows like that.
- Adding columns/choices
You can add columns/choices but that is only possible on the form builder.
- Editing entry fields
You can edit the data on the submissions page. Simply click on Edit button and you will get a pre-filled form:
See (1) on the screenshot below.
- Hiding columns
You can also hide columns. Either by unchecking the field on the Fields listing (2) or by clicking on the grid column headers (3).
- Alternate views (seeing the results from a selected form in a side bar without blocking the main view)
We do this on a grid at the bottom instead of the right side. So, you have more space. (4)