Add New Responsive Forms button control
Missing the ability to add buttons.
Also ability to customise buttons Save and Continue or Save and Submit -> set connected field on submit and set it’s value to something
I am pleased to announce we now support ‘Save and continue’ and a ‘Cancel’ button in Nintex New Responsive Forms for Office365.
If you are wanting something else in the action panel (button area), please submit a new idea.
I would like to be able to add other buttons connected to fields. It is nice to be able to press a button, set a field and close the form. This allows for starting a workflow on the button connected field.
How about a Resubmission button when the request was rejected and the user is being asked to correct the form and re-submit.
This release will not include dynamic URLs, however it is in the backlog.
Raphael Bachmann commented
Will we be able to add variables to the Redirect-URL with this feature?
Currently we have to hardcode an address.
Walter Van Lue commented
We need this NOW! HAve spent weeks designing forms on the New Responsive Designer and now can't do what we need it to because of missing button options. Was advised to use the older responsive form...how can we do this?
This is required feature, when we are working with multiple views and form fields. (The save helps filling out content and staying on the same form without actually closing the form. We are hoping it will be available soon.
Thanks for all the work you're doing on the new responsive form - loving it so far! We're looking to determine a direction to go with some form we're developing and just need to know a ballpark timeframe on the button functionality? Even a "Save and Continue" button with no options of customizing would be great right now. Thanks!
Geoff Evelyn commented
+1 Any updates please on when this is likely for release?
The Close button on the form will take the user back to the library where the form was executed from. Instead, that button should be made invisible at design and that offers the opportunity to have the Close button next to the Submit button. The Close button could then be customised to point to another page instead of the Library.
From an accessibility standpoint, having Close in the Top Left of the page and the Submit button in the bottom right makes it difficult for users to understand how to cancel the form without changes.
At this point New Responsive Designer lasks a lot. Please add the buttons control on. At this point in time we only have the submit button on the form and the close button on the top left corner. There are processes where we would like to use more than these two and we would like to have the ability to display them all at the bottom of the form. In our company, the simplest process has all the time Save + Save and Submit buttons available so that people can save the process as draft and come back to it later. This is very important! Saving and Continuing would help a lot as well. Why this was not implemented in the New Responsive Designer since we have it in the Old Responsive Designer?