For more information about nintex workflow, see SharePoint 2013.
The previous articles were based on version 2010 because the SharePoint 2010 version was selected during the previous registration. This time I re-registered a version 2013.
View the workflow design view directly. Click settings to create the website workflow menu.
On the left side, there are a series of workflow action sets in different groups, that is, the toolbox of the designer. You can use the keyword to search for action.
How to insert an action? On the Design panel, click the small box between start and end, click Insert action, and select the action to insert to complete the insert.
There will be an immediate warning after insertion to inform you of the problems that need to be configured for this action.
Click the drop-down arrow in the upper-right corner of the Action box to configure its attributes, such as copying, deleting, disabling, and minimizing.
Each action has different attribute configurations and is comprehensive. I think this is a powerful place for nintex. However, as a result, the speed is not that fast. It may take several seconds to open an attribute configuration page.
Next, we will start to learn in detail the actions of each workflow.
PS: I will refer to nintexworkflow2013helpfile.pdf. If you are interested in English, you can check it directly. This series is occasionally updated, depending on your time.
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