Community News - December 11, 2015

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The Weekly News, December 11, 2015!

 

This week, as we wind down the year, things are a wee bit quieter in the community. But there's an InspireX announcement, a notice about your points, cool content, and plenty of questions!

 

InspireX Keynote Speaker Announced!

 

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Nintex has announced that Mike Walsh will be the keynote speaker for our first-ever conference - InspireX!

An noted futurist and expert on emerging technology, Mike Walsh gives compelling and exciting, multi-media presentations, and we're looking forward to seeing what

insights he provides at the conference.

 

Find out more here: Noted Futurist Announced as Keynote Speaker

 

 

TekDog-Full-Color-Logo-153x75.pngWhen you register for InspireX, you’ll have the chance to sign up for an exclusive workflow best practices workshop on Monday, February 22 with Jason Keller from TekDog. Following the workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to achieve your Nintex Workflow Pro certification by taking the Workflow Pro exam onsite. This $495 value workshop is complimentary but space is limited so register now.

 

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Points Will Reset in January!

There is still time to jack up your point total by a whopping 500 points in the December Mission: A Gift Exchange ("Points for Posts")!

But after that, we'll start the game over again in January!

The annual move gives newcomers to the Community a level playing field come January 1.

I'll award the December points before the year is out so you can savor them before they disappear!  Top earners will get a new badge in January.

 

Hangout this week!

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Cool Community Content

Andrew Glasser provides this example of deep linking in Nintex Mobile Deep Linking

Fernando Hunth puts up another handy Nintex Licensing Guide

Andrew Glasser also explains Claims Encoding Values in SharePoint

 

Nintex Gives Back

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Nintex employees donated dozens of new toys for the annual  U.S. Marines Toys For Tots toy drive.

On December 11, the Marines showed up with a moving truck and Ninsters gathered up all the toys that have been collected over the past few weeks and loaded them in the back. We hope the toys make a happier holiday for several area children.

Nintex employees donated 296 toys!  And the Support department donated the most of all departments at the company with more than 100 toys!  Nice work, Support team!

 

It's just one way Nintex Gives Back.

 

 

Questions for this week

In one felled swoop, you help the community and your point total when you answer questions.  Feeling helpful? Have expertise to share? Here are some opportunities to do that. Thank you!

 

Moriz Kaufmann needs some help with SharePoint Migration 2010 to 2013: need of a Nintex workflow restart?

samuelg needs fulfilling due to and Empty initiator email

Jerry Andersen needs some movement with Mobile app and cascading drop downs

Tracy Gaynor says she's a newbie who seeks help regarding this open-ended question: @Work Flow Newbie Question 2 of ???

 

Remember, if you ask a question, and you get a solution, please go back and select "correct answer," that little link at the bottom of everyone's response. It's very helpful for others in the community seeking answers to questions.  Thank you!

 

Have a great week!

Frank, your community manager

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