Nintex for SharePoint Subscription Edition Support

  • 13 November 2022
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Many Nintex customers have been asking about Nintex for SharePoint Subscription Edition (SPSE). Nintex is pleased to announce that support for SPSE is planned for release in Q1, CY2023*. We will be updating this post regularly with more details as they become available over the next few months. Please reply to this post and we will look to answer additional questions. 

 

FAQ

Q:Will both Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms be supported in SPSE?

A:Yes, both will be fully supported.

 

Q:Will all the existing functionalities / features in Nintex Workflow and Forms be available in Nintex for SPSE?

A:Yes, all existing features will be available and there are no additional features or deprecation of existing features in Nintex for SPSE.

 

Q:What workflow engine will Nintex Workflow for SPSE be using?

A:It will still be using the SharePoint 2010 workflow engine. While SharePoint 2010 workflow engine is deprecated, this only means there is no longer active development, and it will still be supported by Microsoft. For more details on SharePoint 2010 workflow support, please refer here.

We will evaluate and advice future options for Nintex customers in advance of eventual SharePoint 2010 workflow end of support by Microsoft.

 

Q:Will we be able to migrate from the previous version of SharePoint?

A:Yes, the migration experience will be the same as previous migrations as outlined here.

 

Q:Should I migrate to Nintex for SharePoint to SharePoint SPSE or Nintex Automation Cloud?

A:If you are looking to remain on premises. I.e., upgrading to SharePoint Subscription Edition, upgrading to Nintex for SharePoint Subscription Edition (SPSE) is the best path.

 

If you are actively migrating or have plans to migrate your SharePoint On Premises to SharePoint Online, we have migration tooling that can help move your workflows to the Nintex Automation Cloud.

 

Q:Will there be any advanced preview or early access?

A:No, we will be looking at making the release available to all customers as soon as it is ready.

 

 

* The information in this article is not a commitment, promise or other obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. This content is subject to change, without prior notice, at the sole discretion of Nintex.

 

Last Reviewed: December 2022


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Any news for the release date?

A:No, we will be looking at making the release available to all customers as soon as it is ready.

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We’re still on track for this quarter (Q1CY23). Our current timelines estimate an end of February 2023 release. Note that this is an estimation and not a commitment, promise or other obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality.

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