I was trying to develop a workflow based on the one attached. My idea is to develop using state machine workflow and "Assign a task" action.
is this the right way to go about it ? or do nintex has some actions that helps for this kind of workflows.
one more thing apart form this, is there any way you can reduce the size of the workflow designer?
at the movement the images of actions and other things are too big and had to scroll left and right to get to
where you want to edit.
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Good day Kannan,
You can definitely use State machines and Assign Flexi Tasks to solve this workflow. This will be a simple solution to implement on the workflow.
Are you trying to automate the form fill in as well with Nintex Forms? Is this one form with different sections.
Thanks Francos, I couldn't find Flexi task, is it available in O365 ?
yes I will be using Nintex forms and yes it has arount 6 sections attached is the form details.
I will have to hide and show based on current user. it will be great if you have an example of such forms some where.
This will be possible to control this. You will probably have to create and additional field that has the status in it, i.e. Part1, Part2, Part3, etc. and every branch in your State Machine will update this status field. You can then also display this on your form and according to this value you will hide or show panels with the Nintex Form rules but I will suggest that you build each part in its own panel control and then just hid or show the panel.
I think to try and do this by user will be a bit more tricky. Will you be able to make it work on process status?
Let me know if you need assistance with this.
You can try with Start a Task Process(Assign a To - Do Task) which similar to Assign a Flexi-Task but you cannot do Lazy Approvals . If Lazy Approval is not required in your scenario you can better start a task process under different states of a state machine. You have to decide the flow of the WF as design your state machine.
I agree. Definitely usage of state machines and "Assign a task" or "Start a task process" (based on how many approvers will be assigned to each task).
Neither a "To Do" task or "Flexi Task" exists in O365.
I hope it will help you