I tried creating responsive nintex form and chose to redirect the user after clicking submit or cancel. It is not working though. Even google.com is not working. It goes https://formso365.nintex.com/Pages/my-website-url
I just want the user to redirect to another page.
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@KarlChristopher What are you doing to the submit button. I would recommend typing out the URL completely with the "HTTP" or "https" to ensure it picks it up. Also, it does take a second to redirect, but it should work.
If you are seeing an error message, the redirect may be working but the page may not be accessible. Just a thought, but hard to say without knowing the URL you are aiming for.
it is a sharepoint page and should be accessible. I am copy pasting it since it is a very long url, but let me try to do it by typing hopefully it works.
@eharris04 - Hi Ed,
Sorry to jump on the back of Karl's questions, but I am having the same issue and have typed in my redirect URL as you have suggested, (to confirm, the redirect is to a O365 sharepoint site that all internal users have Read Only access to), but I am still receiving this error message. I have removed the cancel button as well, so I now only have the save/submit button.
The redirect URL is as I would copy and paste it, but I have seen comments about using the .aspx at the end, is this what I am missing? It shouldn't be this hard!
The form is also submitting to the list as expected.
@eharris04 - Yes, that worked, finally!!! I copied and pasted the URL from the notepad into the re-direct URL field as well, which is even better. I had also managed to get the form to send back to the O365 front/home page, ensuring that I had typed the URL into the field rather than pasting it, but it is better for the users if they are directed to the actual sharepoint page/site. Thanks.