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Get the time the user signed the Signature control

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I want to get the exact time that a user signed the Signature control on Nintex Forms for Office 365 new responsive designer.  How do I do that?

 

Previously I had a field that was set to Default value "[Context].[Current date and time]" but now our HR requested the ability for users to save a draft of the form before signing, so the user could create the form today and sign it next week.  I want the date to reflect the date of next week.  Any suggestions?

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Re: Get the time the user signed the Signature control

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You could go with a rule. If the signature control is signed then you update a variable or field.

Would that help?

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Yes, I think I can use that.  It does seem to work.  I also have to put an Else in there to clear it out if they change their mind.

 

I was trying to avoid adding another rule.  I already have 12 rules and I may need a few more.  In my earlier attempts with forms I had trouble when adding too many rules but so far, so good.

 

Thanks, I will keep testing to make sure it functions properly.

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