One of the most visited posts on my personal blog is centred around how to build a table of information within a workflow and export the contains to a readable format in an email. So instead of reinventing the wheel I thought I would share a few links I have come across over the last year of so highlighting similar explanations of how to do this task. All of these are right, but all are a little different depending on the results you are after.. Check these links out.
- Formatting a table from Collection Variables - Dan Stoll (_danstoll) on Twitter (Deprecated)
- Creating an HTML table in a Nintex Workflow » The Data Queen - Martina White (TheDataQueen) on Twitter
- Nintex Workflow - XSL Transformation - Vadim Tabakman - Vadim Tabakman (vadim_tabakman) on Twitter
- Scheduled Database E-mail Reporting with Nintex | PortiBlog - by Jordy van Bremen from Portiva (portiva_nl) on Twitter
- Nintex Forms, SharePoint 2010, and a simple Purchase Order approval system | PointBeyond - PointBeyond (PointBeyond) on Twitter
There are some great examples there, and certainly some good food for though. If you come across any other examples or you have a different way of going about it.. Then hook it through in the comments below..