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Nintex Workflow/Forms for Office 365 - Installation

Since the inception of Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms for Office 365, I've had the question around how long does it take to install and configure the apps.  I thought it's about time I put together a video showing how easy it is to install and configure the products.  You will be amazed.

Now this video will give you a quick guide as to how to install the apps onto your Office 365 site. Watching a video is one thing, but actually using it something different. To that end, if you have an Office 365 tenant with SharePoint, you can install both the Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms for Office365 apps and get a 30 day trial. The best thing about this, is that if you build forms and workflows in the trial and then decide to purchase a license, you don't lose any of your workflow.  It will all still remain.

Are you looking at this at the early stages of your Office 365 move?  If you don't already have an Office 365 tenant, you can get a 30 days trial of Office 365 and then you'll be able to add the apps to that tenant.  That will give you a good feel for the products and will no doubt, show you the power of Nintex and Office 365.

Do you have any questions about this?  Post a comment at the bottom of this post. 

Posted by Vadim Tabakman Wednesday, July 23, 2014 2:12:00 PM Categories: Installation Nintex Forms for Office 365 Nintex Workflow for Office 365
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Thursday, July 24, 2014 1:09:10 AM
Doan Bang
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re: Nintex Workflow/Forms for Office 365 - Installation

Hi Vadim Tabakman,

Thank for sharing! I tried Nintex Workflow/Forms for Office 365 but I can't find Assign Flexi Task. So could you guide for me how can I create 1 Task with three out come. Thank you once again!

Thursday, July 24, 2014 7:23:16 AM

re: Nintex Workflow/Forms for Office 365 - Installation

Hi Boan,

you would need to go to Site Settings, Site Content Types.  Create a new content type based on Workflow Task.  Then go into that content type and edit the "Task Outcome" column and add another outcome.  What I have found though, is that that edits the parent content type (Workflow Task).  So if you add another outcome, it will affect all workflows that use the Workflow Task content type.

The Flexi Task action is come soon.

cheers,

Vadim

Thursday, July 24, 2014 12:02:49 PM
Doan Bang
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re: Nintex Workflow/Forms for Office 365 - Installation

Hi Vadim,

Thanks for your answer! I tried with your way, that worked but I know that I can't using Assign Task with two Outcome and three Outcome together?

Regards,

BangDC

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