Learn how to mimic the form variable functionality available in the on-premises version of Nintex Forms Designer in Office 365.
- [Narrator] If you're already familiar with the concept…of data validation, then you appreciate this idea…that we could use a calculated value to…create a dynamic message on a form…to communicate with people.…I want to take that one step further,…so in this example, I'm going to put another calculated value…on this form, but I'm going to call…a hidden value, a.k.a form variable.…This functionality is a work around for form variables,…which were available in the On Prem version,…but still, as of this reporting,…are not available in the Office 365 version.…
Here's the value I'm going to be referring to…in this statement.…I've got this hidden field.…I double click on it, and its named DatesInRange.…That's all you got to remember.…Close out of that, bring a calculated field over,…and I'm going to put it underneath the start date…because this is where I want the message to go.…Now, I know I'm going to be a little bit more verbose…with my messaging on this one, so I'm just going to…make that value field a little bit larger, and why not?…
Skill Level Intermediate
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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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