Is there a way to restrict the user picker in a form so students can only select other students. We are doing votes for the yearly prom awards, but we don't want the students to be able to see staff or parent account when picking there vote.
I have been granted a day today to develop a system for staff absence requests in School. I had originally planned on using SharePoint, but I was inspired by @Graham Quince at Frog18 yesterday and have started to look at using Frog instead. A combination of Forms, Data Viewer and the Keyword widget appear to be the key.
I have, however, hit a couple of conundrums that I am struggling to resolve, and wonder if there might be any help from the community. Please treat me as a complete coding beginner with very little experience...
Teacher1 creates an 'Absence Request' site from a template
Teacher1 enters details into the page describing the absence. e.g. dates, reasons etc. (I can build this all in HTML, but the forms widget will make a nicer job).
They submit the data to be stored (and viewed later), AND click the 'Submit' keyword button
LineManager1 sees the site in a keyword-filtered site list.
LineManager1 reads the data Teacher1 entered, and approves/rejects with another keyword widget.
Is there a way to create a button that will create a new site from a specific template?
How do I store the data entered in the fields into he page of the site so that the owner AND line manager can read the data (not by using the Data Viewer format)?
Is it possible to have a field (variable) with a button that sets a keyword equal to that field.
I hope you can help.
Does anyone know if it is possible for the forms Widget to use workflow? Obviously with the new updates with the form widgets, cost savings and GDPR, I was thinking that it would be a great addition to be able to send forms via a workflow process online.
Does anyone use a system which does this or know how we could do it within Frog as it stands?