Form administration Configure forms to add new content, create custom forms, and personalize form layout. Configure a formThe layout of a form can be configured for any form view. Form designAdministrators or users with the personalize_form role can use the form design feature to quickly create new or change existing form views.Change or create new formYou can create a form or change the content of a form.Form personalization administrationUsers can customize the layout for any form view by personalizing the form. Form personalization is available in UI16 and UI15.Form annotationA form annotation is additional information on a form, such as a line or paragraph of text. Use form annotations to provide on-screen instructions to your users.Modify form focusBy default, forms set focus on the first writable field on the form. An administrator can change that functionality to focus on other fields in the form.Change the preference to submit a form with the enter keyBy default, pressing the Enter key in a simple, one-line, choice list, or a Boolean field submits the form.Multiple form splitsForm splits enable you to organize fields on a form into columns. When you use multiple form splits, you are grouping sets of fields together, one columnar group below another columnar group. A system property controls the use of multiple form splits.Form section administrationUsers with the form_admin role can divide forms into sections to organize the fields into logical groupings. TemplatesTemplates simplify the process of submitting new records by populating fields automatically.UI actionsUI actions add buttons, links, and context menu items on forms and lists, making the UI more interactive, customizable, and specific to user activities. UI actions can contain scripts that define custom functionality.Tabbed formsTabbed forms offer a useful way to make forms and related lists take up less space by reducing the scrolling that must be done to navigate the form.Require fields on a formWhen Required Form Fields is activated, an administrator can designate specific fields on a form as required (protected) fields. Users cannot hide required fields when they personalize the form.Display information from other recordsAdministrators can display fields that are associated with another field.Control the label type for derived fieldsA derived field is a field that is not in the primary table that is being displayed. A derived field is obtained by following a reference from the primary table to another table. You can configure the type of label that appears for derived fields.Attachment administrationAdministrators can configure options for how files are uploaded and attached to records.Create a UI policyUI policies offer an alternative to client scripts for dynamically changing information on a form. Use UI policies to define custom process flows for tasks.FormattersA formatter is a form element used to display information that is not a field in the record. Add formatters to a form by configuring the form.Embed lists within a formYou can embed lists within a form. When a list is embedded in a form, any changes made to the contents of the list are saved when the form is saved.