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jun
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Nintex Forms 2010 with Multiple pages like surveys

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I have a very long Nintex form. Due to it's being very long, users have complained the loading time and saving time. I also need to convert this form to PDF using Muhmbi PDF converter and the length of the form has again caused trouble.

 

So I'm thinking to chop it into different pages. Like in surveys, people can click "Next" and "Back" buttons to navigate to different pages.

 

Has anyone done this kind of things before? Or have any suggestions for the similar problem?

 

Thanks in advance,

Jun

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Re: Nintex Forms 2010 with Multiple pages like surveys

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Hi,

This is a feature that we have planned on our roadmap but it might still be some time away. You'll find the suggestion on our UserVoice site here.

Please add your own comments and vote for it if you like.

- Daniel

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gadams
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Hi Daniel,

just wanting to understand limitations of NF2010.

I just saw the post by Cellou Diallo‌ on paging

How to design a Multi-Step form with Nintex Forms for Office 365

Can what Cellou has written not be done on the current release of NF2010?

Thanks,

Gavin

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dan_stoll
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Hey Gavin,

 

Yeah you can do that, The difference in what Cellou Diallo has blogged and what Daniel Kinal has posted is that all of the controls still load at the same time for Cellou Diallo solution. However what Daniel Kinal has said is related to having true multi page as opposed to hidden panels, and between screens/views have routing based on the content in the form. etc.

 

Also yes, you can do what Cellou Diallo has described in Nintex Forms 2010

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