It's been a while since I've seen any news regarding universal forms coming to On Prem. Any updates?
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This is still on the roadmap and a beta program will be starting up in the community soon. We will have more information and details on when it will be available. On-prem is a ways out as the forms product is pretty robust there.
We were planning on kicking off our Advance Preview of Universal Forms for Office365 in April but due to the Easter break, we have delayed to early May.
This will only be for customers who have raised interest in an early preview and only in Office365.
Once we complete Universal Forms for Office 365, we will continue development for Universal Forms for SharePoint. Both 365 and SharePoint will use the same core Universal Forms engine, however, SharePoint has slightly different integration points and some extra controls to be built.
If you are interested in participating in the Advance Preview of Universal Forms for Office365, please register your interest at the form here.
Thanks for the reply and clarification. That will certainly disappoint a few of our customers, but such is life :)
The company I work for is a Nintex Partner, so registration etc is already sorted; I appreciate you adding the link though.
Currently the preview is limited to my tenant but next month we are expecting to enable Universal Forms on any tenant. This will have most functionality in the existing Responsive Forms but not absolutely everything. We are also working on product conversion as well.
Hear you loud and clear. We are still planning to bring Universal Forms to on-prem - we just need to finish Universal Forms for Office365 first.
Hi @coolpb ,
I can tell you that the same codebase will be used in SharePoint from Office365. But, there is additional controls that need to be added to the codebase which we have not estimated yet.
We will provide more detail in the community when we have more to share.