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SPARK Workflow for Office 365 is almost there !!!

We are very excited to announce that SPARK Workflow for Office 365 will be available very soon, the ETA is expected to be at the end of September 2018, and it will be SharePoint 2013 workflow platform dependent. This great product will help SharePoint Online users to easily build and track their workflow through a visual/graphical designer without the need to write any single line of code, as it will has the following features: ​Request Review Activity Request Approval Activity Custom Request Activity

HTML Text Control

The HTML Text control accepts html and CSS scripts as an input and renders these scripts directly in the form. This allows form designers to provide an advanced data presentation for the users from within the form without the need to inject these scripts into the form’s source or use formatting rules to do that.​

Accordion Control

An Accordion control is an alternative to Tab control, used to organize multiple sections into groups; each section consists of a header and a panel; each panel can include a certain type of information or a group of controls to be displayed when the user clicks on the corresponding section header. Opening a section of the Accordion control will automatically close the other opened section​.​

Panels Table Control

The Panels Table control is used to control the behavior of different groups of controls inside its panels. The main purpose is to shift controls vertically (up and down) based on their display (showing /hiding). When a panel inside this control is being hidden, all underneath controls will be shifted up automatically in order to close the gap (spaces) resulted by hiding this control/s and vise versa. ​

Splitter Control

The Splitter control is a control that represents two panels split by a vertical line (splitter), which allows showing/hiding the left panel when a user clicks on the splitter at run time. You can place any control on the Splitter's control panels. The designer can change the style of both panels of the Splitter control (i.e. resize the panel width) by double clicking the panel or by selecting the panel and press on Control Style in the control ribbon. And the same way for changing the style of splitter.​ ​