When you use Nintex workflows and you are considering to switch to Flow. Or when you use Flow and want to switch to Nintex it can be difficult to make the right choices. In this series of posts I am hoping to help you make the right decision for your organisation. There are quite a … Continue reading Comparing Nintex workflow with Microsoft Flow – part 1
In the past a common challenge has been to deploy SharePoint Designer or Nintex workflows to document libraries in all of your project sites. The deployment can take a long time. When you want to make a small update to all projects sites as you discovered an issue with your workflow you migth have to … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Deploying flows to all your project sites, or maybe not!
Currently I'm implementing an appraisal process for one of my customers using Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms. My initial thought was to create an appraisal form and then create a workflow with a number of Request Data tasks as the form bounces between the reviewee and the reviewer. I have however always found that tasks … Continue reading SharePoint – Nintex – Request Data vs Nintex Forms
Nintex workflow has a number of different ways you can license their products. For on-premises installations Nintex have had a server based license for a long time. Since Nintex Workflow has appeared in office 365 they have had a different licensing model which makes the number of workflows and action relevant. they offer this model both … Continue reading SharePoint – Nintex – finding the number of actions left on your license
In some of my projects at Triad, I've been using SharePoint 2013 to digitally sign documents with DocuSign. In this article I'm describing how DocuSign works and how to implement a Nintex workflow in SharePoint to get your documents digitally signed. DocuSign Introduction The important terms to get familiar with first: Envelope - This represents … Continue reading SharePoint – DocuSign – How to implement electronic signatures within a Nintex workflow with DocuSign