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How to design a form to be the default task filling form instead of the web task interface that is not clear for many users?

Last post 04-02-2019 12:57 PM by DerekS. 2 replies.
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  • 03-15-2019 08:36 PM

    How to design a form to be the default task filling form instead of the web task interface that is not clear for many users?

    I did design a workflow related to form library that including many task assignments. once a person gets a task notification email and clicks on the task title link he got directed to the basic web-based task interface with related form as an attached file and the user must open the Edit item in the task ribbon to fill data like approve, reject, 100% completed,..etc My problem is that I don't find this task interface a user-friendly for the users and for me, I need that the users to be directed to InfoPath form to fill the task instead of using the web form "interface". Any solution? or link to another post or video that cover this problem? Thanks
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  • 03-20-2019 07:26 PM In reply to

    Re: How to design a form to be the default task filling form instead of the web task interface that is not clear for many users?

    Any One can help here?
  • 04-02-2019 12:57 PM In reply to

    Re: How to design a form to be the default task filling form instead of the web task interface that is not clear for many users?

     Unless everyone has InfoPath form filler available to them, you'll have to use a web-based form. I prefer it myself.

    Here's a good video on this, and I HIGHLY recommend her book, as Chapter 11 walks you through step-by-step.

    https://wonderlaura.com/2012/05/16/creating-a-workflow-initiation-form-for-approvals/

     

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