Accessible forms/workflows can assist users with visual and motor impairments. can be used to build accessible forms/workflows that meet Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards. Note that of course, you can also build forms/workflows that do not take advantage of accessibility features. For Exampleexample, form controls that are missing informative labels and help, /hint text will not pass accessibility certification.
Form designers are responsible for testing their own forms/workflows to verify that they pass their own certification process.
- supports accessibility for use mode forms/workflows only
- Accessibility will not be supported in this release for mobile devices, Task List and Spaces
For users requiring assistive technology, supports the following screen readers:
- Mac OSX Voice Over on Safari only
- JAWS for Windows on IE (10/11)
When using JAWS, the latest version of IE (ie11 presently) is recommended for optimal results.
Assistive technology communicates the labels of form controls, the current value of the control, help text, and any hint text.