The Weekly News, December 4, 2015!
Hello community! This week's headlines: Product Releases, Presents, Points, Presentations and Pesky buttons! Read on!
We released Nintex Document Generation on December first! This action in Nintex Workflow for Office 365 gives users the ability to automatically generate richly-formatted documents in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF, directly from Nintex Workflow for Office 365.
Find out more about that here: What's New From Nintex! December 2015 Product Release
December Mission - A Gift Exchange
There's still time to earn points and the last mission of 2015 is an easy one.
The bonus: 200 points just for doing it for a total of 500 points for the mission!
Find out what you have to do in December Mission: A Gift Exchange ("Points for Posts")
It's that time of year again! That time when we delete everyone's points.
That's right, we're nuking your points. But don't fret! There's a good reason for this!
Check out this blog post on why we make this annual move: Points to Reset for New Year!
InspireX Presentations Announced
We've announced who's presenting at our InspireX conference!
Which of the dozens of sessions will you attend?
Find out more in our blog: InspireX Sessions Announced!
Remember, when you register for InspireX, you’ll have the chance to sign up for an exclusive TekDog workflow best practices workshop on Monday, February 22. This $495 value workshop is complimentary but space is limited so register now.
Hangout with us!
We're still tinkering with our Hangouts, but this week, we think we've ironed out some of the technical difficulties we've been having.
We invite you to tune in again Wednesday, Dec. 16 at 9a.m. PST.
You can see it in its very own space!
Cool Community Content
Fernando Hunth posted a blog on how to Hide the Pesky Delete List Item button in the Ribbon
Busy beaver that he is, Fernando Hunth also posted a blog about How to configure Escalate and auto-complete options on Office 365
Nintex fan Swetha Sankaran shared this little nugget on Text Field Validation with with button click in Nintex forms for Office 365
Questions for this week
I like to pick a few unanswered questions each week to see if the community can help out. If you have some advice or solutions, by all means click below and chime in!
samuelg asks: is there arule to make a field mandatory depending on a lookup field ?
Have a great week!
Frank, your community manager