Universal Forms and Nintex Workflow Cloud: Announcing New Multipage Forms Feature

Attendees at our Nintex xchange conference in San Diego earlier this year were introduced to our new universal forms capability for Nintex Workflow Cloud. The capability significantly streamlines design processes for Nintex power users.

Today we’re excited to announce more on this front: Meet multipage forms.

We’ve upgraded Nintex Forms within Nintex Workflow Cloud to give our customers and partners the ability to create multiple pages when designing their forms. The built-in multipage navigation allows users to drive a wizard-based experience that saves time.

With multipage forms, it is easy to break up large forms into smaller sections on additional pages. This will ensure a more streamlined design process, while preventing congestion on a single page (especially when working with a lot of information).

The multipage feature of Nintex Forms is available now on Nintex Workflow Cloud and will be coming to Universal Forms for Office 365 and SharePoint later this year.

Getting Started with Multipage Nintex Forms

Watch this video to see just how easy it is to implement the multipage feature in your Nintex Form:

  1. Start by creating a Nintex Form
  2. Build out your page navigation by clicking Configure pages
  3. Click Add new pageuniversal forms
  4. After you have created your separate pages, you can choose from two design options
    1. Vertical:universal forms
    2. Horizontal: universal forms
  5. Customize the design of your form by dragging and dropping the controls onto each pageuniversal forms
  6. Preview your form before publishinguniversal forms

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Dan Stoll

Dan Stoll has nearly two decades of IT experience and currently serves as Senior Technical Marketing Manager at Nintex, the world’s leader in Intelligent Process Automation (IPA). He has spent the last 10 years of his career helping organizations turn manual processes into well-run automated ones. Originally from Australia, Stoll relocated to the United States in 2015 after working as a Nintex technical evangelist for the company’s APAC and EMEA regions. Follow Dan on Twitter: @_danstoll.