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App ConfiForm - 2 fields next to each other

Deleted user Oct 22, 2020

Hi
2 years ago I already used this app (for another employee) and I was able to set two fields next to each other.
Firstname - 1 field / Last name - 1 field

For this this i needed to divide the width of the page and I created a 1 space / 2 columns. However, this ist not possible anymore with the cloud version today. 
Is there another way?

Furthermore, I would like to set different sublines within the form but I can't manage this. 
Ist there another macro for that?

Thanks for any help!

Kind regards, 

Ursula

1 answer

Confluence cloud editor is less capable in comparison to server/data center editor

It does not support nesting bodied macro within another bodied macro and there is not much we can do from a plugin perspective

The plugin supports that and if you enable a legacy (as atlassian calls it) editor in your Confluence cloud instance then you will be able to do almost the same stuff you were able to do on server.

Deleted user Oct 29, 2020

And how could I enable a legacy editor?

Atlassian support can do it for you

Deleted user Oct 30, 2020

Somehow it is difficult to find the right place within Atlassian support. I always get back to Vertuna... :-(

Is it possible to place to or three fields in a row... like for phone numbers or banking information...?

Hi

With ConfiForms you can have a custom layout for your forms and could do anything what the editor in Confluence allows/supports

https://wiki.vertuna.com/display/FORMS/Creating+a+form+view+with+custom+layout

Alex

Like Marcel Kleinlütke likes this

I have to get a coffee before I ask such questions! :D

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