Responsive view offers fewer customization options, but gives you a more flexible layout that can adapt to the screen resolutions for a form that is opened on devices of different sizes.
- [Instructor] Let's talk about responsive forms. In the classic form designer you would make multiple layouts of the same form to fit different devices, such as a smart phone or a tablet. With the Responsive Form Designer you make one form. That form adjusts itself to render the best on whatever device is in use. Here's an example of what I mean. With a responsive form, watch what happens as I minimize the size of my window. Do you see how a responsive form is going to change the layout, so that it can accommodate all of the columns? To compare, let's resize a classic form and watch what happens.
Notice that start date and end date, they don't resize on top of one another. You just lose them eventually as you resize that screen. The first time you try to create a Nintex form from a SharePoint list you're going to be presented with these two options. Do you want to create a responsive form or do you want to create a classic form? Responsive layout offers fewer customization options, but gives you just one layout that will automatically resize to whatever the screen resolution is of the device that you're using.
- Formatting in Forms Designer
- Using Format Painter
- Configuring form controls
- Using functions, variables, calculations, and other form logic
- Design responsive views
- Adding buttons for form submission
- Importing and exporting forms
- Resetting and deleting forms