It's possible to validate using multiple rules together. In this way you can enforce validation only in specific situations. Validation may need to occur only for specific users, at a specific stage in the process or based on the value of another related field. Using compound conditions allows for the development of a specific validation scheme that carefully controls the flow of data and ensures the intended process from users.
NOTE: The features described are for use with the Classic-style Form Builder. If you are using the SharePoint Modern experience, our recommendation is to use the newer Form designer tool – validation is one of the functions controlled as a part of that, rather than as a stand-alone.
In Office 365 the Column Validation settings are accessed through the Infowise Design Screen instead of List Settings as shown in the video.
Infowise provides the ability to configure validation based on multiple rules taking into consideration the dynamic nature of user data and permissions. The flexibility of validation settings allows the process to be carefully controlled so that users don't provide bad data or incomplete data during the process.
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