Hi, my name is Laura Harrington, and I’m a program manager on the InfoPath team. In this short video demo, I will show how you can optimize the form filling experience for different tasks and users by creating multiple custom views in your customized SharePoint list forms.
there is no audio. can you repost the video?
Found no audio on different PC.
Can someore re-post?
The videos do have audio. There are some known issues with audio drivers on some operating systems. Are you running Windows XP SP3?
Thanks Laura, this is really good. I did not know Infopath was so flexible and that you could link a list item to a form view by linking data on 2 web parts. Excellent.
Is there documentation that allows someone to reconstruct this from start to finish? I think it would serve as an excellent tutorial.
uhh... looks cool, but a bit too quick to keep up with (for a newbie)
(I also had trouble with the audio on my Win XP machine)
can we at least get the infopath templates or any tutorial ?
Also is it possible to show different views to different roles according to loginname,thanks
It's nice... but are you in rush? can you document this. Thanks
This is what i needed, and yes I have to agree to some extent with the previous poster about the documentation. On the other hand i learned alot from figuring this out myself. I didnt know about InfoPath before a couple of months ago, since then its probably the application I have used the most hehe.
Tnx for sharing
Annoying jerky download with IE 8 - quite difficult to follow along when some bits were only 4 words long
Hi Laura, I'm interested in the Helpdesk Demo form in the video. Would you be able to share the template? I'm still learning Infopath and I'm also wanting to create a Helpdesk forms. Thank you.
Hi Laura, Great video. Is there documentation that allows someone to reconstruct this?
Great information - but it moves too quickly. Is there a document or tutorial that supports this? Would be great to have the templates, too.
Also, Not that great a view of the screen to actually see what you were doing. Suggest you do closeup of screen when doing the steps.
no audio on my pc either, why bother
This was great, would a copy so I can figure out what I'm doing wrong.