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- [Tiffany] When it comes to maximizing…your investment in Nintex workflows,…it's important to integrate business logic into your forms.…This course is a great first step,…but learning doesn't have to stop here.…Become an active member of the Nintex user community…to see more examples of how you can customize forms…for your business.…I could not have completed this course…without one such resource, Joy Lavigne.…You can connect with her on Twitter…at joyknows, K-N-O-W-S,…and also with me, Tiffany Songvilay…at officeovereasy.…
If you want to connect with us on LinkedIn,…tell us you watched the course…and you want to keep in touch.…Congratulations on completing this course.…We've explored many of the intermediate…to advanced techniques available in Nintex forms,…but there are many other possibilities…to make your forms even more powerful.…
- Explain how to change layout options on Nintex forms.
- Use a lookup list control to reuse lists in multiple forms.
- Configure form controls to filter options.
- Describe techniques that can be used to hide calculated values on a form.
- Identify the benefits of responsive forms.
- Give examples of how buttons enhance forms.
Skill Level Intermediate
SharePoint 2016: No-Code Workflowswith Gini von Courter1h 19m Intermediate
SharePoint Workflow Automation: Nintexwith Tiffany Songvilay1h 15m Intermediate
Integrating Dynamics 365 with SharePointwith Tiffany Songvilay1h 29m Intermediate
1. Format in Forms Designer
2. Configure General Form Controls
3. Build Business Logic
4. Design Responsive Layouts
5. Submit and Maintain Forms
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