Customizing a button with a clear message is key to making sure that people don’t submit a form before they’re finished completing it. Let’s take a look at all the things we can tell a button to do.
- [Instructor] Sometimes, the only business logic…that you need to add to a form is a save-and-cancel button.…I say this because I think that getting users out…of that ribbon, out of that SharePoint form,…helps to make a form feel more friendly.…Even if you were just to create a form based on a list,…and do nothing else, you would be giving the user…a save and a cancel button.…The fact that we can customize this button…can send our users a clear message,…making sure that they don't submit a form…before they're finished completing it.…
I want you to take a look at all the things…we can tell that button to do.…Double-click on Save.…And, by default, the button action is going to be save.…What save is going to do is it's going to save the form,…and close it.…Save and Continue is going to save the form, and continue,…meaning it's going to leave the form open.…And Save and Submit is going to save the form,…and submit the information…that's inside of it to SharePoint.…When we generate a preview,…we're generating a preview based on save.…
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