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Nintex Mobile App - What I need to know

Hi,

2 facets here.

Just started working on an O365 form using the Mobile Tablet app layout. I've used a Choice column rendered as Radio buttons, which shows correctly in the designer, but when viewing the form in the app itself, the choice column shows as a dropdown list. Any experience of this and why it's happening? Interestingly, I've been testing the app on Android, but having just tested it on Windows, I do get Radio buttons.

I also created a rule to hide a panel based on the selection of a dropdown list elsewhere on the form. This doesn't seem to be working. The formula is simply Selector!="Approach". No obvious reason why this isn't working.

Also, when I tested the app with Windows, I had no ability to take photo using the attachments control, unlike the Android app that allows me to choose a file, an existing picture, take a photo etc. Inconsistencies like this will make it very difficult to develop on the app.

If anyone can tell me what other things the Mobile App struggles with, or quirks I need to know about before diving into development, I'd appreciate it. It's not been a good start for me.

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Re: Nintex Mobile App - What I need to know

I've used a Choice column rendered as Radio buttons, which shows correctly in the designer, but when viewing the form in the app itself, the choice column shows as a dropdown list

radio buttons/tabs are not supported on nintex mobile

http://help.nintex.com/en-US/nintex2013/help/#Forms/RootCategory/Controls/Nintex.Forms.Controls.Choi... 

I also created a rule to hide a panel based on the selection of a dropdown list elsewhere on the form. This doesn't seem to be working. The formula is simply Selector!="Approach"

use build in function instead of javascript operators for comparison

Nintex Mobile – Runtime Rules Work on Android but not on iOS, Windows or Windows Phone 

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Re: Nintex Mobile App - What I need to know

Thanks for the info.

Somewhat confusing that the Radio buttons render on the Windows mobile app but are not supported.

Also, rather than typing != I selected the Operator button with "!=" on it and it works. Not sure what the difference is there, but lesson learnt.

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