I have a list with multiple fields. I would like to create two forms for a SharePoint list.
For example, form A will be assigned to person C. After being approved, some of the information in form A will be linked to form B. Form B will be assigned to person D. The information which is inputted by person D will be connected to the same SharePoint list but it will not updated the information which is inputted in form A.
Is it possible to accomplish this?
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Yes, You can.. Add Content-types to the list and add form for that Content-types
ex :- if you have a list with 3 content types, you can add 3 forms to the list
That is very correct. You need to go to "Advanced settings" of your list and then turn on content types option.
Then you are able to add many content types for your list. Once you start Nintex Forms then, you are prompted with a question, for which contet-type you would like to create a form.
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I added 3 different Content Types to my list and I am able to make another form, but the form doesn't seem to reflect the fields from my list. I see a couple of them, but I wanted a continuation of the process I'm trying to accomplish.
Form A is sent to Team 1-- Team 1 fills-in certain information. Then Workflow sends a notification to Team 2 for additional information. They open Form 2 and fill-in the rest of the information until completed. I think this is the same scenario as Quan's original post. Do the different content types determine what fields show in the form?