Forms enable users to add list items to lists, for example, products, cost centers, projects, and more. They can also add list properties and line item values for list items they create.
Users access forms through:
Let's say you have a Sales Summary Worksheet that includes a Products list. As a page builder, you can create a form that enables end users to:
- add a product to that list and name it
- enter a description for the product
- enter a value for the Unit cost line item
- enter a value for the Unit sales price line item
Forms and source model data
If you change the source model for a page, any forms created for the page continue to function as long as the new source model has a compatible data structure. That is, it should contain the same list, and any list item properties or line items for which the form enables users to enter values.
If you change the source model to one with an incompatible data structure, you can edit the form to match the new data structure.
Once you've created a form, you can: