What’s New: Document Set Forms in Nintex Forms for SharePoint

We are pleased to announce the release of a new feature for Nintex Forms 2013 with the latest On-Premises Nintex release – read the latest release notes here on our Nintex Community here: Nintex Forms 2013 – Release Notes.

Nintex Forms for SharePoint 2013  now supports the Document Set Content TypeNote: We will be releasing the update for SharePoint 2016 in the following weeks.

What’s New

Nintex Forms now allows for the management of the ‘Document Set’ Form (New/Edit/Display) for interaction with the ‘Document Set’ properties.

This will allow you to have more control over your document sets and provide a more consistent end-user experience across document libraries and lists.

To access this feature, once you have updated to the latest version of Nintex, simply locate the document set content type that would like to associate a Nintex Form with. You will then find the option to edit the content type with Nintex Forms as below:

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You can utilize both Classic Forms and Responsive Forms with this new feature:

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You can manage the form via your own custom ‘Document Set’ based content types. Once deployed to a list or library you can make further modifications at the specific list level or manage the form at the content type level to push out updates to wherever the content type is already deployed.

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Want to see what’s next for Nintex products? Check out our Nintex Roadmap. And visit the Nintex Community today to learn more and engage in conversations with fellow Nintex users! 

Thomas Clark

Thomas Clark is a Nintex Technical Evangelist based in our London office.