Nintex is not built for forms similar to InfoPath. It is built based on the list content type. You can use it for all types of content types as long as they are based on the list content type.
Hope that helps.
I apologize. I misspoke earlier. Yes you can associate Nintex Forms with Document Libraries and Document Sets. What you cannot do is use the Nintex Form with the Form library.
At least as of yet.
I am still unable to get an O365 Form to open for a Document Set. I have multiple document sets configured in the library but can't get a Nintex form to open when I open any of the document sets. I need the form to be triggered for the Document Set ideally but also potentially for the documents within a Document Set. Can it be linked to the Document Set, the documents within it, or both? Where does the document set get associated with the form? Has anybody ever gotten this to work?
I've noticed something odd. I was able to get the Nintex form to open for the individual documents underneath the document set, but not for the parent container. Not sure if that was the purpose of it or not, but reporting what is working the way I have it set.
This makes some sense, but I will keep digging to see if something else turns up.
It seems clear that using a Nintex form to edit a document library isn't going to work. However, I was hoping that I could edit a document within a document set using the Nintex form. I get the error shown below. Any suggestions?