Can you take and attach photos to Nintex Forms for Office365?
And can you then draw on top of those photos to make notes?
You can attach any photos on your device using the attachments link on the form. This is true for any desktop OS. You can also publish the form to Nintex Mobile, open the form from a mobile device, then take or attach existing photos from the device/phone.
If you want to draw on the photo, you will have to do so before you attach the image to the form. Or after the photo is attached to the item and uploaded to sharepoint, you can then download the image and draw on it with any editor. But you will not be able to draw on the photo during the upload process within the Nintex Form itself.
Does that help?
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That wasn’t quite the answer I was hoping for but thank-you for clearing that up.
The ability to be able to make notes on top of photos or pictures would be a good future feature.
Hey Mark, this feature is planned for a future release - you can still vote on the feature here Mark up/sketch photos taken in mobile app. – Customer Feedback for Nintex
Update Mark Elliott With our new Nintex Mobile release today, you can do just what you want to do! Annotate images in the mobile app.
Here are more details on the release New Release! April 2015 Product Release
And the Nintex Mobile Apps - Release Notes
Can you embed an image in the form and annotate the image? Like a signing pad?
That would be cool...but no you can't. You can attach the image to the mobile form before submitting and annotate that image.
I need the user to be able to take a number of photos via the form on Nintex Mobile.
Each of the photos are related to something different, and I would like to have an image control related to each of these different things and also being able to put in a descriptive text in a field - not just use the "Attachments" field, since this will just put all of the photos in one big pile.
Take photo (button)
Is this possible with Nintex?
Leif Frederiksen, I'm about to build this very solution.
I'd be interested to know if you succeeded with this and how you went about designing it.
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