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    Open for voting  ·  Euan Gamble responded

    Thanks for your suggestion.

    It is something we have considered in the past but is not an immediate priority.

    If our priorities change on this feature, I will update this idea.

    Cheers,
    Euan

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    Under Review  ·  Euan Gamble responded

    Hi all,

    With the development of Universal Forms, we are looking at how the current form modes are supported in the existing product.

    At this time we are still planning to continue using functions to detect form modes. This is so we are able to support migrations but also give a lot of flexibility in the rules engine.

    We do not plan to bring different layouts to Universal Forms at this time. As we are introducing multipage to Universal Forms, we do need to figure out how a multipage form will be printed and is under consideration.

    I will update this feature when we release an Advance Preview of Universal Forms if our position changes based on feedback.

    Cheers,
    Euan

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Different views in a form open many possibilities like having a tabbed interface within the form itself without having to resort to code. This is been one of the nicest features in InfoPath that has won the approval of my clients. Without this feature, I can't see a benefit to using a power user or end user solution that limits you to only having such capability if you know javascript.

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