Practice Using Form Designer
Admit it - you have been putting off using the new Form Designer tool! Well, not all of you. But I know that many of us are so comfortable with the way that we have building custom forms using existing tools, that it is very hard to break old habits.
It's time to start breaking those habits! The Form Designer tool is definitely a major improvement in how to build dynamic forms and it really does add many possibilities that simply don't exist with the classic Tabs and Tab Permissions settings.
I suggest an incremental approach in adopting the new tool set. Start with some basic forms and processes and grow from there.
You don't have to abandon your old form layouts. All of the classic settings and approaches are still viable, but you should strive to tap into the new process which opens up new possibilities and ease of use.
This is very much like the changes with Modern UI that Microsoft has been pushing out. This comes with some bumps along the way, but we can't resist change forever. We have to adapt and get on board with these changes since they are integral to the platform.
In short, it's time to start practing with the new Form Designer tool. We strive to make this as easy as possible for you by providing resources to help you learn and easy step by step instructions to do some practice.
Today, we've added a detailed walk through to let you practice building a basic form with lots of screen shots so that you don't get tripped up.
Just follow the steps and you'll have your new form up and running in minutes!
At the end of July, we'll have a Build it Now with Infowise workshop showing how to build an even more advanced form from scratch in our live workshop. You can still sign up for this free workshop from the top of the Infowise Settings sreen now.
Additionally, we will be publishing a series of Tutorials in the next several weeks providing additional detailed instruction on how to use each of the various configurations tools availble. We'll post updates to let you know when this information becomes available.
There is a lot to love with the new Form Designer tool. The Drag and Drop interface means form building is faster and easier than ever. The What you See is What you Get interface let's you see what your form will look like as you are applying settings. Additionally, all configuration related to column permissions, styles, dynamic rules and validation are all done from one interface. This saves lots of time since you won't have to navigate back and forth between several differenct screens.
So yes, Form Designer is the way of the future with Ultimate Forms. It's time to get on board!
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