Join Ron Davis for an in-depth discussion in this video Out-of-the-box workflows, part of Creating Quick No-Code SharePoint Business Solutions with Composites.
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- There are SharePoint 2013 workflows and…SharePoint 2010 workflows.…For SharePoint 2013, we have the Disposition workflow,…and that manages your document expiration and retention,…so we would use that within a document repository.…So the document has an expire date, and also a retention…policy applied to it.…Retention policies are an enterprise feature.…They are something you want to take a look at.…
Retention policy is normally implemented for legal reasons.…Publishing Approval, that routes a page over to whoever…is in the approval group, so you publish it, and then,…perhaps, a manager needs to approve it before it's…actually pushed out.…SharePoint 2010…Now, in SharePoint 2013, we need to activate the collection…feature SharePoint 2010 Workflows to be able to see…the SharePoint 2010 workflows.…
Those include the Collect Feedback, which just routes…a document and people can comment on it,…the Collect Signatures which collects signatures for…a document, and Three-State.…Three-State tracks the state of items within a list.…
So join Ron Davis as he shows how to get the most out of your SharePoint investment, with SharePoint Composites and some inventive sample business solutions. Ron shows how to gather requirements, use templates, create composites, integrate with Excel and other Office services, and implement solutions for a range of scenarios.
- An introduction to SharePoint's no-code Composites
- Composites life cycle
- Using out-of-the-box and custom workflows
- Using SharePoint site templates
- Working with Access apps
- Integrating with Excel, Power Pivot, and PerformancePoint
- Example business solutions