Recreating a Simple ASPX Form In a SharePoint List
Create nice looking forms automatically, and get a notice when someone submits one.
I had a client who had recently moved to SharePoint. Prior to using SharePoint, they had quite a few aspx pages that gathered information (like on-boarding information) then sent an email to someone containing the information that was entered.
This course shows you how simple it is to convert that kind of form to a SharePoint list with nice looking forms, and get an email every time someone fills one out. In addition, you have a permanent record of all the information submitted.
This would also work well if you want to convert paper forms to SharePoint lists.
Keith began his business life as a lawyer in Canada. He later moved to Arizona and became a high-tech contract manager at America West Airlines. Forever a geek, Keith loved to figure out how to automate his work using a computer. When he discovered that SharePoint puts the power of programming into the hands of a knowledge worker without having to learn how to code, he was hooked. He changed careers and became a full-time SharePoint no-code developer, then added coding skills as he went.
Keith is passionate about showing others how SharePoint can be used by a savvy knowledge worker to automate business processes without having to learn how to code. And for those wishing to pursue a career in programming, SharePoint presents an opportunity to ramp up one's programming skills while getting paid a significant wage.