Problem: The form resides on Page B of my website. User-submitted data via Post Fields>Body is entered and submitted but publicly posts to Page A (Home/Blog page). This type of data doesn't require a lot of "prettying-up" or proofing since it is owned by the user not me, the site owner. However, that means it posts in an unpolished format.
Goal: To route the submitted data to post only to the page that the form is parked (Page B). Since it is the content of the readers' I don't even need to edit them but may clean them up if I so choose.
Example: Mr. Smith wants to write a short blurb about his visit to Wally's Bookstore. It should post live (simply text, images not needed) on the Review page NOT on the site's main (polished) page.
Requesting: Help me understand if GF allows posting the data from form on Page B to Page B exclusively. Subsequent reader posts should go live on the the page the form resides almost like a commenting section. The difference is the blog post structure GF form data results in; otherwise I'd let people use the regular Wordpress Thesis theme (what I use) comments section to post their reviews.