Today sees the launch of our new "5 for forms" video demo series. In this series, we will demo a cool new InfoPath 2010 feature or scenario in less than 5 minutes.
In the 1st video of the series, Daniel Broekman, a program manager on the InfoPath team will show you how you can customize a SharePoint list form with just a few clicks:
We will post the next video in the series "Create tabs using Picture buttons" after the holidays on January 7th.
Now that you have had time to download the SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 Beta releases, we want to see some of the great solutions that you are working on. To encourage you and foster some good-natured competition, we're opening up the contest that we started with the Technical Preview to all users of SharePoint 2010 and InfoPath 2010.
What is the InfoPath team looking for?
We want to see great examples of real-world solutions created using InfoPath and SharePoint 2010. If you have a solution you're building to solve a business problem for yourself or a customer, and you're using SharePoint 2010 with InfoPath forms, we want to see it! We'll use the videos you produce to understand what sort of solutions our customers create, to showcase best practices in our blog or at events, and to give you the recognition you deserve. You could be an InfoPath star!
Don't stop with the InfoPath form - we're looking for great examples of integration. For example:
How do I win the Xbox?
Contest is limited to eligible individuals as defined in the official contest rules (link below), and additional limitations may apply. All submissions will be reviewed by the InfoPath team, and prizes will be awarded in several categories, including best overall solution, best video, and best bug.
Please note that only legal residents of the US and Canada are eligible for prizes. However, we're eager to see videos from everyone, and we will showcase the best videos we receive, regardless of whether you are awarded a prize.
Click here to read the Official Contest Rules.