umesh1
Nintex Observer

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Hi, Can you please let us know that Nintex List forms Online support responsive forms or not. It can support the Classic forms but not working in responsive forms. Getting an error - "File not found"

 
 
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eharris04
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@umesh1 responsive forms do support list forms in SharePoint. Can you start another thread in the O365 forum pertaining to your issue specifically. 

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umesh1
Nintex Observer

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I meant Nintex list forms Webpart ,as per EuanGamble 2-28-2019 that
The Nintex Forms web part is currently not supported for New Responsive Forms.
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EuanGamble
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Hi @umesh1,

 

This page is up to date with the functionality that is currently supported. We do not support the Nintex Web Part for New Responsive at this time.


Cheers,
Euan

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AnkurAgarawal
Design Dabbler

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Hi, We thought of trying New responsive form for office 365 and it looks amazing. Easy to develop.

Found one major limitation for us to stop using it is with repeating section. We want our user to update repeating section data in task form.

 

Limitation Mentioned

  • Binding a repeating section to a column and displaying on a Task Form

 

It seems repeating section data is not at all visible in task form and It doent get saved in list column even if user updates in task form. Let me know if there is any update on it.

 

One more issue i found about task approval, user is able to approve/reject same task again and again. Case is already created with Nintex support

 

Thanks

Ankur

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ganww
Design Dabbler

Re: New Resposonsive (Office365) - Current limitations

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Hi Euan,

 

I am having issue with the New Responsive form regarding the missing calculated value controls, the suggested method of using Label control with Variable does not seem to work for me. The scenario as follows:

 

I have a SharePoint list lookup control (source = Supplier List) and I wanted to display the lookup value of Contact Person from the list on the form dynamically when I change the selection. I try to create a variable to perform a lookup function and set a label to show the variable but nothing is showing.

 

Please let me know how I could overcome this.

 

Thanks,

Gan

 

 

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EuanGamble
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Nintex Employee

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Hi @ganww,

 

I have put together a video explaining how I would solve this.

 

 

Hope this is helpful.

 

Cheers,

Euan

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ganww
Design Dabbler

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Hi Euan,

 

Thanks for taking the time to come up with this great video. I was not aware the need to use ParseLookup as the old Responsive form does not require that.

 

It is good to know you have the auto complete feature embedded to the dropdown controls. Nice!

 

Regards,

Gan

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EuanGamble
Nintex Employee
Nintex Employee

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Hi Gan,

 

My youtube channel (Link) has quite a view short videos that may help you get up to speed with the New Responsive designer.

 

We are frequently updating the New Responsive designer, so please let us know what else you would like to see!

Cheers,

Euan

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rbachmann
Design Dabbler

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Is there a way to set a multi-choice field with a default value?

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