- 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
- [Tiffany] Welcome to Nintex forms for Office 365. This course shows you how to add business logic to your forms to supplement or even to substitute a simple Nintex workflow. The trouble with Nintex licensing is that you only get a small number of active complex workflows. If it's more than five steps it counts as one of the workflows on your license, but you get 25 forms. And that's what this course is all about, showing you the best way to add business logic to your forms, so you can minimize the number of workflows you use and maximize the number of solutions you can provide to your information workers.
My name is Tiffany Songvilay and I've been a senior business analyst for the past 13 years. I have worked with line of business customers, as well as corporate IT departments, teaching them how to use Nintex forms to automate processes and simplify how they troubleshoot workflows by making their forms do more. In this course I'll show you how to format a form, write formulas and rules, and introduce you to the new responsive form layout. You'll learn how to change the behavior of a button and cascade a lookup. Not to mention exporting a form, so you can reuse it.
You don't have to have a developer background to understand the logic in a Nintex form. All you need is a little guidance to point you in the right direction. So let's get started.