Hi! I have a list called test.
I would need two different Nintex forms based on this list.
How can I do this?
Is there a opportunity to link one list to a new one I base the second form on?
How should the user select one form from another?
In a list, the only way to have different forms is to use many content types (which may have same fields) and set a different form for each of them.
As far as I know it's not possible to have two different Nintex forms associated with a single list.
It would be possible to have a single Nintex form with two distinct areas that are shown/hidden based on the list values.
As Pierre mentioned, you'd have to allow multiple content types on your list. This way you'd have a different form for each content type. Alternatively you could use Form rules to give the appearance of two different forms, but at design time you'd really only be dealing with one form.
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