Hello, Community! We've got a new monthly mission, new blogs and info to keep you informed during InspireX!
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This month, I was channeling The Who for some reason when I came up with February Mission - Talkin' 'bout Doc G-G-G-Generation...
There are FIVE WAYS to score between 50 and 200 points. Plus there's a bonus way to score 50 more.
It takes just a little effort. So, hit the link, post a blog in the Nintex Gallery about how you use Nintex Drawloop Document Generation, and come March, I'll do anything but just f-f-f-fade away. In fact I'll dig what you all say and award some points. (Bet ya' have an earworm now!)
This is a good time to head over to the Nintex Learning Center to see the latest new training on Nintex Drawloop Document Generation!
There's a series of recordings, demos and exercises to explain how the platform work and how to use it to create automated documents that solve your business problems.
You'll additional resources for learning how to use Nintex products, including training material and the ability to earn Nintex certifications.
Go here The Nintex Learning Center, for details on how to sign up.
This community has been great about hopping on questions quickly this week. Thank you!
Here are a few more questions that could use your input! If you can share knowledge, please do!
Jörgen Dalhoff has been VERY patient, so I thought we'd put his question in this week: Why does "Create List" action only creates empty SharePoint 2010 style lists?
Have a great weekend, everybody!
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