Are there any negative ramifications for using tables to control text layout in a Nintex O365 form - especially when the form might utilize different layouts?
I have a legacy InfoPath form that I am converting to a Nintex O365 form. The legacy form uses tables to control the text layout. For example, it has a 2 column/multi row table for product features. The first column lists the feature names and the second column lists the feature descriptions, each feature in its own row.
Is it safe to re-create this in Nintex with a table, or should I use separate label objects for each and manually align them?
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I haven't seen any issues when creating a table in a Nintex Form. What I'd recommend doing is using the Rich Text Editor control and inserting a table.
Please let me know we can use multiple controls in the Rich text editor to keep all controls using table table inside Rich text editor. We can write condition rules inside Rich text editor control.