Forms for Excel, powered by Microsoft Forms, has replaced Excel Survey. This update, available for Office 365 Commercial and Education customers, comes with a modern experience to make it simple and easy to collect information from users in the same organization, to anyone in the world. Forms for Excel includes new features such as response time, responder name, images, videos, themes, and branching logic.
Forms7 is a lightweight InfoPath alternative that uses a jQuery plugin that allows users to easily create forms for SharePoint 2007/2010/2013 using basic HTML.
How-To on creating sections that are expandable/collapsable inside your InfoPath forms.
Miscellaneous links for today:
- Wufoo is a free web-based form builder [Link]
- Why you shouldn’t believe the hype around Google Wave [Link]
- Some ideas on how organizations can use Twitter [Link]
- Siemens and its new talent managing solution [Link]
- A really fun way to design interfaces: Paper Prototyping [Link]
- Collaborative written blog from NASA people: Open NASA [Link]
- Marketing 2.0 blog [Link]
SharePoint links for today:
- SharePoint Form Field Assistant: prepopulate fields in SharePoint forms [Link]
- Wrap Column Names in SharePoint Forms: for those long column names [Link]
- Multiple Pie Charts in SharePoint: completely self hosted solution to display pie charts based on data from SharePoint lists [Link]
- SharePoint Stsadm Command Line Options Overview [Link]
- Disable View Toggling with an Easy to Implement Permission Level [Link]
- Set the Width of a Column in SharePoint Views with jQuery [Link]