The ability to set custom styles and themes for specific items in the responsive forms.
I have added 2 buttons, I want one to show as blue and the other as red. This is currently not possible with the out of box theme designer.8 votes
Thanks for your suggestion Jake. We are currently building our new version of Responsive Forms and reconsidering how the style builder works.
We may reach out to you in the future for your feedback.
When you preview a Form you need to click the Preview button in the ribbon then on the next screen select the device type and then hit generate preview. I think it would be much simpler and quicker to have a drop-down on the preview button which shows the list of device types, then you just select one and it will generate the preview.. Simpler user experience6 votes
Thanks for your suggestion Rick.
This feedback has been incorporated into our new Preview mode of Universal Forms.
I will update this feature when we ship Universal Forms for SharePoint.
Firstly I cannot see if this has been requested before, apologies if it has!
I was wondering if it was possible to have a validate button added to the formula builder screen at all? This would be extremely helpful when creating formulas.
I have attached screenshot from another program I use which has something similar when I create formulas.
Thanks for your suggestion Karen.
We often get a lot of feedback about the formula builder which we are incorporating into our new formula builder for Universal Forms. Our new Formula Builder will ensure the formula validates while building. The builder will not allow you to save if the formula is invalid. This builder will also include help text to let you know if and why the formulas is not correct.
This has not been released as yet, but once it has been released, I will update this idea.
I am looking for ability to disable some controls(like geo location,BCS,etc) from central admin to the end users. as BCS support is not provided to end users in sharepoint enviroment4 votes
Thanks for the suggestion. Are you suggesting a similar capability to the one for actions in Nintex Workflow?
Now that we have the ability to have multiple Attachment controls on a list item form, we need the ability to create different rules for each Attachment control. For example: Attachment A is always required, Attachment B is required if Named Control 1 equals a specific value, Attachment C is only visible and required if Named Control 2 equals a specific value, etc.3 votes
I believe this functionality will be available in Universal Forms for SharePoint in the new rules builder.
I will update this feature when we get closer to release.
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