The FIRST Weekly Update of 2016!
It's a new year and a new opportunity to connect and learn on the Nintex Connect community! Read on to find out how to earn points, find good content, attend our conference, earn a workflow certification, and answer questions for your fellow Nintex product users.
Points Reset, Levels Have New Names
Didn't earn the Delorean level in 2015? You have a new chance and each level has a new name this year. We've gone from a transportation-based theme to an adventure-based one. Read more in New 2016 Community Levels Explained.
And if you want to get a good jump on earning points, check out the January Mission - Start The Year With A Bang!
Cool Community Content
The ever-convivial Dan Burke is catching up on one of the most popular posts on Connect. In Demystifying Workflow History (Part 2). he shows us the most common maintenance steps to ensure optimal database performance.
Well, there you are, folks! Have a sandwich!
And our own Haley Walsh explains - surprise! - you can fax from Salesforce in her blost post: Delivering Generated Documents via Fax in Salesforce
Be sure to ask your questions about Document Generation in the Nintex Drawloop Document Generation space.
James Stafford has a short and sweet blog post about Using Power Shell to create Site Collection Level Workflow Constants.
And don't forget to see what Eric Harris looks back on in the past year with Eric's Top 10 Nintex Product Updates/Releases List for 2015!
InspireX - Book Now For Wi-Fi Perk!
You're going to want Wi-Fi when you attend our InspireX conference, and the best way to ensure that happens is to book a room at the Aria Resort where we are holding it.
Find out the 802.11ac Reasons To Book NOW For InspireX, about how wide-spread the coverage will be, and you'll want to book your room while there are still some available.
Time is running out on our block of rooms, so register now!
And if you're still not sure you're going, here are the Top 10 Reasons to Attend Nintex InspireX Conference !
Questions for the week:
Paul Vernon has tried two methods, but is still having trouble Automating deployment of Nintex web part to multiple sites
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 for helping our your fellow community members!
Nintex Learning Center
If you have some time off in the next few days, stop by the Nintex Learning Center! Get a Workflow Pro Certificate, find resources for learning how to use Nintex products, or brush up on some features!
You'll find short videos on Nintex products, technical guidance and best practices on creating Workflows and Forms!
Have a great week!
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