Managing SharePoint form’s toolbar with JavaScript in Plumsail Forms for SharePoint

fd.toolbar can be used to customize form’s toolbar.



Property that holds all the parameters for the toolbar.


Property that holds all available buttons in an array of objects.

Can be used to add new buttons, modify or remove existing ones.

Buttons have the following properties:

class - returns an object, holds button’s CSS classes. Can be used to assign CSS classes with either string or an object. Default class btn cannot be removed or changed, is not contained in the property.

click - returns a function, that is executed when a button is clicked. Can be used to assign a new function.

disabled - return boolean, whether button is disabled or not. Can be used to disable or enable a button.

icon - returns a string, which matches icon names from Microsoft Fabric Icons. Can be used to add or change button’s icon.

style - returns a string, which matches button’s HTML property style. Can be used to add styles to a specific button.

text - returns a string, which matches button’s text. Can be used to retrieve or change button’s text.


    //set button's class
    fd.toolbar.buttons[1].class  = 'btn-danger';
    fd.toolbar.buttons[1].class  = {'btn-danger': true};

    //change click function
    fd.toolbar.buttons[1].click = function(){
        if (confirm('Are you sure you want to exit the form?')) {

    //disable save button
    fd.toolbar.buttons[0].disabled = true;

    //set button's icon
    fd.toolbar.buttons[0].icon = "Save";

    //set button's style (hide a button)
    fd.toolbar.buttons[0].style = "display: none;";

    //set button's text
    fd.toolbar.buttons[0].text = "Submit";

    //add new button
        icon: 'Flow',
        class: 'btn-outline-primary',
        text: 'Send for approval',
        click: function() {