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Long Forms - possible to save as a "draft" ?

Question asked by carl.taute on Jan 25, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 26, 2017 by Enrico Knapp

Hi, we have a scenario where a very long form needs to be created. It involves attaching various documents as well, such as ID, Proof of Residence, etc. This was previously a paper form.


In its paper format, the person filling it out would be able to complete portions of the form at their lesuire, and be able to return to it at a later time to complete. For example, they may fill out the form to 80%, and then realise they need some information, which they then are able to complete a day later.


Is this possible with a Nintex Form? Specifically, a Nintex Live form.


Our aim is to streamline and make the process easy for an online completion, and not 'force' the user to have all information on hand within a single sitting.


The idea would be that a person could semi-complete a form, and be able to return to it at a later date to complete. Once complete and submitted, any workflows would then initiate.


If Nintex cannot do this, has anyone found any other ways to do this?


Thank you