If you have a date with time you can extract just the time using the Build string action and save it to a variable/text field:
If you want to capture the current time you can use the Current Time reference and save it to a variable/text field.
Hope this helps.
thank you for your answer, but this is not what i am looking for.
In my case, the user has to add hours / minutes. I have a date / time field in the same form, so it would be nice to stay in the same usability logic.
I think wie are talking about different things
The user has to fill out a Nintex Form in a library. In this form is a field, where the user has to add a time. There is no date or no workflow involved in this situation:
Uhrzeit = time
What did you end up doing to make your multiple time fields work? I have multiple time fields then I need to calculate the duration of the work on my form.
So yea, I have the same question.
I had a situation where I needed the user to only input the time portion of the Date/Time and the customer wanted to restrict the time entry to 5 minute intervals. I though great, I'll just use the Date/Time picker, but the customer did not want the date field to be exposed. So, here's what I did.
I found this would hide the date field, but left the calendar button on the form.