Nintex Forms provide an interface between a user and persistent data. The form surface provides the ability to provide data entry structures such as list boxes (providing a set of choices), check boxes (providing yes and no settings), validation of data entry, and the ability to send the data to persistent storage such as a database. Nintex Forms are designed to work with Microsoft SharePoint lists and Nintex Workflow.

 

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To get started – select the Nintex Forms from the list settings tab.

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Default form would look like this

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Save the Form.

End user would see the following Form while working with that specific list.

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You can customize the Form as show below

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It supports various type of rules as shown below

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Validation can be done as shown below

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End users would see the Form as shown below

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