Can Nintex please either provide a solution with step-by-step instructions in a video on how to extract task details into excel for one workflow for the last 7 days using the Odata report available in Analytics? The video is great in help documentation but show us how to do the workflow configuration and beacons to get task details!
Or add a predefined report in Analytics that supports this for audit purposes and to better support our internal customers!!!!!!! We have been asking for almost a year now for a predefined report and nothing! We can’t pull task details out of NAC which makes it difficult on all levels!
I want to know if the level of detail even exists for our needs using Odata in Analytics before I spin my wheels longer trying to get this information out if I could ever figure out how to use the beacons? Will it generate all tasks and include the following level of details:
- Completed by
- Completed Date
- Creaetd Date
- Escalated To
- Updated date
We had a global infinitive that sent tasks out to various groups of judges. I am now having to go into task section of NAC and open 200+ tasks and do screenshots just to let regional leads know which judges have yet to complete their tasks for all tasks that are active. Each task has 3-20 assignees and each region is structured differently in terms of completion criteria. Some are set to all must respond, some are % and some are first response behavior.
Further more, I want to understand why Nintex doesn’t provide better filtering for task details and why we can’t pull more than 30 instances? Why can we not filter by workflow ID vs instance ID? This should be much simpler than what is available. I have to go down three layers into a loop for each JUST to pull what I need, then it only returns 30 workflows when I need all instances of a workflow returned so I can identify which tasks I need to pull (need the instance ID).
We simply need a report of all active tasks under one workflow, not one instance, but one workflow so the regional leads can reach out to the task assignees and tell them to get everything done. They have until the 18th!
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