How Easy Are Repeating Sections in Nintex Workflow Cloud?

A while back I wrote a blog about Creating List Items from a Repeating Section with Nintex Forms. The idea was to have a single form collection multiple items and then through querying XML, send each item to an itemized list. This is something that I see a lot of in SharePoint Online, but withContinue reading “How Easy Are Repeating Sections in Nintex Workflow Cloud?”

How To: Delete A Nintex For Office 365 Workflow

There are many reasons that we may need to delete a workflow from our environment but most of the time it is just not needed anymore. Perhaps it was used for a test or even a single use effort to mass update data. Whatever the reason, removing the workflow from your environment is best practiceContinue reading “How To: Delete A Nintex For Office 365 Workflow”

Leveraging Nintex Workflow Cloud Component Workflows

When it comes to automation, many times we must streamline processes by removing repetitive steps. We do it all the time by grouping similar functions into a single group of concerted efforts. We can do the same thing when it comes to our workflows that we create with Nintex by using Component Workflows. If youContinue reading “Leveraging Nintex Workflow Cloud Component Workflows”

How To: Get Date Without Time in Nintex Workflow for Office 365

Another question multiple times means another blog! There seems to be no clear directions on how to accomplish this, so I decided to put it down on (digital) paper so we can all benefit! If you have worked with SharePoint ever, and tried to do something with dates, you understand that pain that comes alongContinue reading “How To: Get Date Without Time in Nintex Workflow for Office 365”

How To: Populate Repeating Section with SQL Data

There are plenty of reasons that we would want to view data on a form but pulling that data from other sources can be difficult. Not only that but formatting that data so that it is readable by the end user is just as important! With Nintex Forms for SharePoint we can easily pull backContinue reading “How To: Populate Repeating Section with SQL Data”

Process Automation: Where to Begin

When it comes to the process automation phase of an organization’s transformational journey, it can be a struggle to pinpoint which process to automate first. Would it be better to jump in and automate a process that is high profile and one that everyone in the organization uses on a daily basis, or perhaps onContinue reading “Process Automation: Where to Begin”

How To: Save Task Attachments to Current List Item

If you are using SharePoint Online tasks, you have probably run into the need to have users attach additional documents that are related to the task. While these attachments will be stored with the task, many times there is a greater need to attachment them to the original list item. This allows for all theContinue reading “How To: Save Task Attachments to Current List Item”

How To: Create List Items from a Repeating Section with Nintex Workflow

Last month I wrote the first part of this blog and that was focused on the Nintex Form piece of this solution. This month we will focus is on how to take those individual items on the single form and create a list item for each one. There are many scenarios that this could comeContinue reading “How To: Create List Items from a Repeating Section with Nintex Workflow”

Nintex Forms for Office 365: Save and Continue

This is something that has been requested for quite some time and happy that it has been added into the product. Save and Continue is available in Responsive Nintex Forms for Office 365. This quick blog to meant to cover some of the basics about what it is meant for and what it does. Let’sContinue reading “Nintex Forms for Office 365: Save and Continue”

How To: Using Nintex Forms to create Itemized Requests

There are a lot of complex forms that users interact with on a regular basis and I wanted to review one of the common use cases that we see with Nintex Form; an itemized form. If you are unfamiliar with an itemized form, think of any form where you are adding multiple entries or itemsContinue reading “How To: Using Nintex Forms to create Itemized Requests”