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Get Site Title via Workflow

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I'm trying figure out how to get the site title via Nintex Workflow for Office 365 and store the title in a workflow variable.

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Re: Get Site Title via Workflow

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Might be a good one for User Voice to have them put under Workflow Context built in variables.  Like Fernando mentions below, I thought I remembered there being a webservice, so I'd go with his advice and check it out, but it sure is nice when these things are built into the Workflow Context.

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Workflow Hero

Re: Get Site Title via Workflow

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You can use the SHP web service >>> https://yoursite.sharepoint/_api/web/title

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Hey Eric

I am running through this with the example of setting the body of a notification with the site name.

If you select Insert Reference

Then the Common tabe > Site Name, this should provide you with what you are after, if I understand your question correctly.

Cheers

Joh

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Good information Josh.  However, your post applies to Nintex Workflow on premise.  I'm trying to figure out how to do this using Nintex Workflow for Office 365.  It doesn't look like that option is available online.

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Hi Eric,

I have attached a workflow which will show you how it is done. Among a few other actions, the 'Call HTTP Web Service' action is needed.

Just create a 'Custom list' app in Office 365, add the workflow, add an item in the list, run the workflow on the item and when the workflow has completed, the Title field contains the name of the site.

Cheers,

Rick

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Workflow Hero

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Thanks Rick.  I tried this out on my Office 365 site and it worked great!

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