I am sorry, but I am confused.
I created a User information form. I made it the registration form.
When the user hits register, they get the form. A WP user is created. The info is available to view in GF view and downloads. YEAH!
I created the new update feed. Wouldn't let me use the same form (WHY?). So I created a duplicate of the register form and called it update. Created the update feed. Bummer, now two identical forms to keep in sync.
I created an update page and brought in the "update" form. No values are populated to edit.
Is there any actual documentation as to how to achieve this seemingly simple process of letting a user signup and then edit their own information?
Although the GF takes over the new user/register hooks, if a user logs in to WP and goes to edit their own user data, the update process isn't taken over, and they are shown the - what is now foreign to them standard WP user form, which has things on it they never saw before, and NOTHING they probably want to update like their address or phone number.
Is there any clear and concise documentation on how to achieve this now with the new update? Reading the forums and Dox (none I can find that are updated) are maddening at best. This should be simple. If I missed something, just point me to it.