You can replace the default Sharepoint buttons icons, change the wording and even add multiple to allow for validation check prior submission.
Replacing the default Sharepoint “Save” button, you can now change the button’s style and have full control over events raised once the button is pressed.
Save and Reload Button
Allow the user to save the form and reload it to allow for calculations to run and redefine the form.
Save and Close Button
Get control over what happens once the “Save” button is pressed. Free the user from closing the form, or even help him by redirecting him to the next form in the process queue.
Validate and Save Button
Control the form’s data prior to submission. Allow for checks and validation to take place prior to the form’s submission.
Gain full control over the data, control who deletes data or advance your form to keep logs of the deleted data for later recovery.
Customize the default Sharepoint buttons using CSS or personalize the buttons by configuring their styling properties.
Display the record’s attachments anywhere in the form. Use filtering to only display specific images.
Upload files using the drag and drop functionality
Attachments List and Uploader
You can ask the user to upload attachments from anywhere within your form, as well as ask and view additional information per each file uploaded.
Field Value History Viewer
Field Value History Viewer…
Request Workflow History
Request Workflow History…
Hyperlink or Image
Have the user check the url provided on the fly, no more typos and spelling errors.
Related Data Listbox
Related Data Listbox…
Control the labels display. Change font size, color, position and toggle visibility. Add tooltips and instructions to your form to advance user experience.
Advance user experience using tooltips and placeholders, and control the format using embedded validation control for text and numeric input.
Allow the user to format their own text, through a customizable editor, and display only the options that fit the occasion. Enable or disable the display of font, display, image, link, list, format, table, file and html tools, depending on the form.
Ideal to get percentage input from users, the slider has minimum/maximum and small/large step predefined values.
Display a calendar and pre-select the default date.
Datetime Range Picker
No need to use multiple controls and perform calculations to get a date range. Single input, single output, minimum effort.
Filter and get only the part you wish. Select between “Date”, “Month”, “Year” or “Decade”. Get the date as text or as a datetime object and perform calculations.
Filter and limit the available options, providing a max and min date for the user to select from.
Allow the user to check the option they wish from a predefined list, or have them add their own option.
Usually used to for Boolean values, you can also use this control in group validation.
Choose between single or multiple selection. Select the source of your values from a wide range of options, like code, async, formula, static provider, webservice and Sharepoint records (single or multi) or people. Personalize control by controlling its styling.
Select your own checkbox images, customizing the controls to fit your needs.
Use images and/or colors to allow users to recognize at a glance the form’s status.
Display the options in a predefined number of columns and filter options using group validation.
Customize your button, to display the text or image you wish,. Have it call the functions you’ve set, and control its visibility using the visibility formula. This is a very simple but yet very powerful control.
Advanced control, that allows you to reference some text, a link, call a function or reference an Openous Control.
Create your own drop down menus, create tree like menus giving your form a unique application-look-like interface.
Sections are collapsible blocks, consisting of a header and body content. Break your forms into sections and make the filling-out process of the form a great user experience.
Place tabs on the top, bottom, left or right side of the form and perform validations on the tab-change event.
Use this control when you need to arrange the controls horizontally or vertically and toggle scrollbars visibility.
Display items in a table view. Set specific width and height per row and column as well as alignment and colspan per cell.
Advance your Sharepoint experience. Create a central point from which you access your forms, create dependencies and control your input.
Keep track of the form’s progress, log errors, warnings and information all in a central point for the user’s quick reference.
Advance your forms using images. Enhance the images using custom styling (add border, background, overlay, etc)
Choose between a bar, a pie, a column, a line, a donut or a sparkline chart to display your data (and multiple themes to pick from), help the users better understand the data they’re viewing.
The listbox is one of the most important controls of Openous. It allows users to include a form within a form allowing multiple items to be added from within the same form.
The hidden control is ideal to use for flag or temp variables/values. Visible in the designer, hidden during runtime, it’s every developer’s favorite control!
The progress bar is used to give the users a visual indicator of the form’s completeness. Supports animation and full styling customization.
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