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Importing field ordering from a transition to create a new form in SBM?

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We transitioned from TeamTrack to SBM a few months ago. I've been implementing the use of forms slowly whenever needed. I have this one HUGE process app that contains about a hundred transitions and 40 states. Each transition has its own field ordering. If I have to add a new field, I would have to go into composer and set the ordering for each one under "Field Privileges." In reality, there is probably about 10 different variations, so I'd love to be able to import the field privileges settings from those transitions and create new forms.

Is this possible?
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Re: Importing field ordering from a transition to create a new form in SBM?

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I got the answer from SBM support:

In Composer, with the transition selected in workflow design, there should be a form tab located in the property editor. Within the form tab there is a 'new' option directly to the right of the form selection drop down. When selecting new from this menu, it should inherit the specific field order for this transition.

I didn't see this as an option because I didn't check out the workflow first.

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Re: Importing field ordering from a transition to create a new form in SBM?

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I got the answer from SBM support:

In Composer, with the transition selected in workflow design, there should be a form tab located in the property editor. Within the form tab there is a 'new' option directly to the right of the form selection drop down. When selecting new from this menu, it should inherit the specific field order for this transition.

I didn't see this as an option because I didn't check out the workflow first.

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