Cross-post from the SharePoint blog: Options to create forms in SharePoint 2013


Last week, Keenan Newton published a blog post on the SharePoint blog. In his post, Keenan explains the different options for creating forms in SharePoint 2013. To summarize, you can choose from several different tools for building forms in SharePoint. Depending on what your specific needs are, you will find a wide range of tools that provide flexibility for both business users and developers.

The following options are available for you to create forms in SharePoint 2013:

  • InfoPath
  • Access
  • Excel
  • Visual Studio

For more information, visit the original blog post, Options to Create Forms in SharePoint 2013.

Comments (2)

  1. SQLSMS.NET says:

    Hi Team,

    It's been lovely visiting this site and know about sharepoint 2013, could you please explain if visual studio forms are there then do they provide workflow enabled functionality with them

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  2. Ricardo Loo says:

    Short answer is yes, you can build forms that use workflow in Visual Studio. SharePoint 2013 uses Workflow Manager as its workflow engine. For more information about Workflow manager, see Workflow Manager on TechNet (technet.microsoft.com/…/jj193528.aspx and Getting started with SharePoint Server 2013 workflow on MSDN technet.microsoft.com/…/jj227177.aspx