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LizzieB
Nintex Newbie

Forms - Responsive Designer - Close and Print banner

I have build a new form connected to a sharepoint list using the responsive designer. The list itself should not be viewed by people submitting the form. 

I have changed the submit button to link to a sharepoint page saying thank you for your submission. However, the "Close" button in the banner still links to the Sharepoint list.

 

How do either remove the option to close the form or redirect it when pressed?

 

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jesse_mchargue
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Re: Forms - Responsive Designer - Close and Print banner

@LizzieB -

 

Unfortunately there is nothing that can remove it within the new responsive designer. The only way to remove it would be to remove the element from the page or hide it within the CSS. 

 

This is how you would do it within the Classic designer for Nintex forms, but that option is not currently present within the new responsive designer.

 

Hope this helps!

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alicia-crowder
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Re: Forms - Responsive Designer - Close and Print banner

You say the only option is to remove the element from the page or hide it with CSS - So then, how can we hide it with CSS? I don't see anything in the new responsive designer that gives me the option to enter in custom css or remove any elements from the page?

 

We need for the people who are entering into the form to not be able to see the sharepoint list behind it... I know I can easily redirect on the cancel button at the bottom left and on the submit button at the bottom right, but that leaves the close button at the top left that still leaves us vulnerable.

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DanielC
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Re: Forms - Responsive Designer - Close and Print banner

I'd use the kudos button but isn't working for me. The inability to redirect via the close and print banner is a definite shortfall.
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nico
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Re: Forms - Responsive Designer - Close and Print banner

If your need is that the user can't view the items submiting, you ave sevral option.

 

Option one : Use the native SharePoint. In advence settings of your list, you have "Item level permission" to set at "Read items that were created by the user". With that you user will have, by default, just read permission of his items.

 

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Option 2: use 2 lists. You users fill/create items in liste one, you have a workflow triggered at item creation. This workflow create an new item in the list two (with value of the item just added), and remove remove you current item.

 

Option 3 (Best way):

Use NWC to create your item. With Nintex licence, you can have the product : Nintex Workflow Cloud. So in NWC : Creates a worklfow (Started by a forms) that will create your item in your SharePoint list. With that way, you does'nt need to allow users to acces to you SharePoint list (It is the nwc worklfow that will access it.), you just need to give the URL of the NWC Form, your user will fill it and they will never access to your SharePoint List.

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