This module gives an introduction to the Nintex suite of products and what is possible when used together to create a solution. The advantages of using Nintex Forms and Nintex Mobile to create electronic forms are also covered.
This module covers the basics required to design a form from scratch, including form design best practices and some of the common mistakes
made by first-time form designers.
In this module the various controls available for creating and designing a Nintex form are discussed. Students will be introduced to the simple methods available to make a form visually appealing and highly functional.
Students will be guided through the use of rules and data validation to ensure the information collected in an electronic form is valid and accurate.
Students will be introduced to Nintex Mobile, how to create online and
offline forms, and the possible applications and solutions that offline
forms could support.
In this module students will learn how to publish forms outside the organisation by using Nintex Live.
Students will learn how to use the various options available for form
management in order to effectively configure and manage Nintex Forms.
This course has been designed for SharePoint power users who have already attended the SharePoint end users and SharePoint site owners courses. If you are ready to take your SharePoint skills to the next level then this course is for you. This course will enable you to create and deploy rich electronic forms that can help you automate your business processes both online and offline.
This course has been developed to build upon the concepts presented in the End-User and Site Owner courses. These prerequisite courses provide the base knowledge of SharePoint and security which are critical in understanding electronic forms.
- The benefits of Nintex Forms
- The difference between InfoPath and Nintex Forms
- How to design a form
- Layouts and controls
- Rules and calculations
- How to create Nintex Mobile Forms
- Nintex Live
- How to configure and manage Nintex Forms