Join Tiffany Songvilay for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of SharePoint Workflow Automation: Nintex.
- [Instructor] When your business needs…to streamline an approval process,…it's important to know how to design workflows that work.…This course is a great first step,…but learning doesn't have to stop here.…Visit the Nintex Product Help site,…and become an active member of the Nintex user community…to see more examples of…how you can create workflows for your business.…I could not have completed this course…without one such resource.…You can connect with her on Twitter @JoyKnows…and also with me, Tiffany Songvilay, @officeovereasy.…
If you want to connect with me on LinkedIn,…tell me you watched the course…and you want to keep in touch.…Congratulations on completing this course.…You now have the foundation you need…to begin leveraging this tool to increase your productivity…and reduce the time spent chasing down approvals.…
- Automating a workflow for manager approval
- Adding conditional branches to workflows
- Using variables and calculated dates
- Bringing external data into a workflow
- Reusing and moving workflows
- Creating and customizing a form
- Assigning field validation rules
- Using Nintex Forms
- Optimizing for mobile viewing
- Troubleshooting a suspended workflow
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Create an Approval Workflow
2. Add More Workflow Actions
3. Use Nintex Forms Designer
4. Monitor Your Workflows
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