In classic list views/forms and on-premise environments, your choice columns allow you let users specify their own value. But the label is literally “Specify your own value:”. This can be changed. Note: If you’re using the modern experience, you don’t have this issue. To change the label, add the following script to your newform.aspx page, […]
I recently worked on a project for a client that needed 2/3 checkbox options checked by default on a new form. While not as straight-forward as other field types, it’s still certainly possible. Go to List –> List Settings (server/on-prem) or settings wheel –> List Settings (online/O365) Click the name of your checkbox/choice column to edit […]
I recently developed the above solution for a project requiring attachments at multiple points throughout the form. Originally I considered just placing a static “attachment button” in multiple places, but I came up with this and liked it better. So if you also have long forms for your SharePoint lists, and you would like an […]
When you create a custom new item form in SharePoint Designer, you get a bonus set of “Save” and “Cancel” buttons automatically generated. One set at the top, and one set at the bottom (as generally seen on default forms). Chances are if you’ve created a custom new item form, you had other intentions for the space […]
This is my intro to conditional formatting & rules/validation when customizing SharePoint new item forms with PowerApps in Office365. The journey of a thousand conditional formats and rules begins with one basic understanding. Hope this helps!
Did you test PowerApps to customize a list’s new item form & want to switch back? Here’s how.
Microsoft Flow mobile buttons are magical. One touch on your mobile device, and gears start turning to retrieve and deliver the data you need when and how you need it. Recently, I set out to deliver all Microsoft Forms responses to a recipient on-demand as an excel file using a Microsoft Flow mobile button they […]