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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.


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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Also, this is good when the purpose the user has for the form changes from the New state to the Edit state. In the new state, maybe it is a customer submitting information and it makes more sense to have the fields in a certain order and to ask questions to get fields populated. But once the purpose who is going to fufilll the form's request gets it, a completely different structure is more efficient to actually complete the work that needs to be done. Also, they may have fields that they fill out that the customer never sees and it would be better to move those fields to the top.

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