List View control
Listview form control similar to Nintex Forms on-prem.
Thanks for your suggestion.
I will update the ticket if we have anything to share on this idea.
Rammohan Reddy commented
We are really looking for this feature. please help us to get this feature working on O365 nintex environment.
Deprecating this object without a viable alternative is a big gap. Unfortunately, by the time this is released, if ever, we'll most likely have worked around it.
Russ Henderson commented
HUGE flaw in your core 365 product! What is the hold up?
4 years and waiting
Santhosh Kumar Vuppala commented
Any update on this please?
SharePoint MVP commented
Been waiting on this for a long time.....
Aaron Wilson commented
Incredibly important feature that we're sorely missing. Thanks for releasing as soon as you can!
Kris Seneviratne commented
Karl Gerd Schneider commented
Nicole (Prestby) Vesser commented
We just had to implement a workaround for this limitation which required a JS solutions and therefore forced us into the Classic forms designer (as opposed to Responsive, which we've used for all other forms in this environment to date). Not ideal.
We use this for our on prem lists, to pull in list view with filter so we can see the related items. Its very important for us, please update this functionality in O365
Johan Buysmans commented
It is now impossible to to extra filtering and/or sorting on a ListView - by clicking on the columnheaders - when the listview is already filtered by a setting in the ListView-configuration.
When users now click on the columnheader, they expect to have the default Sharepoint behaviour, but instead, nothing happens.
I would like to have the default functionality also available for a filtered listview, so users can easily find data when the ListView on the form is relative large.
Example of a business case: we have a meeting-list, with instances of meetings. We have a second list, for storing the agenda-items for the meetings. In each agenda-item, we store the ID for the related meeting .
On the (Nintex-) form for the meeting, we show the related agenda-items in a ListView (filtered by the ID of the current meeting).
Users want to filter this ListView, to see what items a specific author has added, etc.
==> for every case, where we want to show a 'master-detail' representation, we want to be able to also filter/sort further on the details-view.
Sean Megley commented
on prem we had a list view with filter control, do not see it online?
Vikrant Behal commented
Thank you for the good news! I wanted to confirm below.
Universal forms is a replacement for responsive forms but we've large user base (10k+) which
usage classic forms. So, can you pls. confirm if list views will be made available to Nintex online for classic forms?
Looks like this is now stuck in the workflow state "under review"
Been "under review" for over a year now. Any movement on this?
Karl Gerd Schneider commented
Would like the ability to create a Parent Child relationship and display the children on the Parent form...also have the ability to create the child item from the parent form...maybe in some sort of pop up window? and it will automatically associated itself
+3...I am new to Nintex and this is a must have from a business perspective. Simple Parent/Child relationships need to be easily displayed on a form.
Ben Weeks commented
+3 for this one. Has anyone got a workaround for this? (Have tried adding Nintex Form web part to the page, then the list to a page, but it's not possible to connect the web parts to filter accordingly).