Salesforce Forms: Interactivity
Make your Salesforce Forms even more versatile, with a few clicks and no code.
Titan lets you add versatility to your forms for Salesforce. You can configure actions on a form, such as resetting or submitting the form, or making it read-only.
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How to Guide
In this example, we add the form interactivity to a button.
- Select the On Click Action icon. The On Click Action screen opens.
- Select the + icon. The Add Node screen opens.
- Under Element Interactivity, select the Form Interactivity option and select the Next button. The Add Node/Form Interactivity screen opens.
|1||Reset||Use the Reset option to reset the form.|
|2||Submit||Use the Submit option to submit the form.|
|3||Next page||Use the Next page option to go to the next page.|
|4||Prev Page||Use the Prev Page option to go to the previous page.|
|5||Go to Page||Use the Go to Page option to go to a selected page. A Static or Field option is added to configure the page.|
|6||Validate fields||Use the Validate fields option to validate fields. A Map results drop-down is added to configure the validation.|
|7||Is Changed||Use the Is Changed option to set what happens if the user changes any field in the form.|
|8||Reset Changed State Flag||Use the Reset Changed State Flag option to reset the flag when any change was made.|
|9||Disabled||Use the Disabled option to disable the form.|
|10||Enable||Use the Enabled option to enable the form.|
|11||Set as mandatory||Use the Set as mandatory option to set all the fields in the form as mandatory.|
|12||Set as not mandatory||Use the Set as not mandatory option to set all the fields in the form as not mandatory.|
|13||Read Only Form||Use the Read Only Form option to make the form read-only.|
|14||Editable Form||Use the Editable option to make the form editable.|