SharePoint – Nintex – finding the number of actions left on your license

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

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SharePoint – DocuSign – How to implement electronic signatures within a Nintex workflow with DocuSign

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

SharePoint 2013 – Nintex – How to update tasks with document details

Today I've got a document library with an approval workflow on it. For the approval I've used a Request data task. Within the Request Data task I'm collecting some additional fields. This data will then be displayed within a list view web part on my page. Some of these field the user will have to … Continue reading SharePoint 2013 – Nintex – How to update tasks with document details