Types of Forms in Dynamics CRM 2013

The following table describes the types of forms in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.

Form Type Description
Main These forms provide the main user interface for interacting with entity data. The main form is used by every client except Microsoft Dynamics CRM for phones. This form provides a consistent user experience whether someone is using the web application, Microsoft Dynamics CRM for tablets, or Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 for Microsoft Office Outlook.
Mobile

This simplified form is designed to be used for mobile devices. Microsoft Dynamics CRM for phones uses a form that is optimized for use with a phone. There is no form scripting in the CRM for phones forms.

Quick Create

Quick create forms are new in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 For entities that have them, these forms are used when people click the Create button in the navigation bar or when they choose New when creating a new record from a lookup or sub-grid. Microsoft Dynamics CRM for tablets will use these forms when creating a new record if a quick create form is available. With quick create forms, people can enjoy a streamlined data entry experience with full support for logic defined by form scripts and business rules.

Quick View Quick view forms are new in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 A Quick view form is a type of form that can be added to another form as a quick view control. They provide a template to view information about a related entity record within a form for another entity record. This means people do not need to navigate to a different record to see the information they need to do their work.

Check the below screenshot Account entity has four different types of forms:
Types of Forms

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