I have a form with the redirect set to another blank form (the same one) as when it is in use it is normally used for a number of submissions in a row.
I would like a pop up box to confirm the submission of the form is OK before it redirects to the blank form for the next data entry. I tried setting up a Confirmation Message on the button control which is fine, however the form has some mandatory fields. If you skip a mandatory field and hit submit, you get the confirmation message, then when you click OK you see the error messages for the validations which will be confusing for a user.
I thought about disabling the submit button if the fields are blank but the form requestor didn't like that option. Is there a better way to get the desired result of validations first when you hit the submit button?
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You could also create a page in which you will use the "List Form" Nintex Forms WebPart.
By default, it will purpose the behavior you look for (have a confirmation message and reopen a new form).