Community News - November 13, 2015
Headlines: Polls, webinars and certificates.. Read on for this week's community highlights!
After announcing our first-ever conference, InspireX, we got to work on ideas for the breakout sessions that will take place.
We've got more than 100 ideas! We want to know which sessions YOU want!
So register (the cost goes up in a few weeks!) and then, go vote!
Safeguard your investment in Nintex by obtaining and using our support services. Nintex Partner Fernando Hunth has written an incredibly useful document explaining the Nintex Support Options! He breaks down the differences among the different levels, what the offerings are, and even how long you should expect it to take to get a response. It's a very thorough explanation and well-worth your read!
The ever-helpful Andrew Glasser has combed through our help files to pluck out this little gem of a blog post about the Minimum Permissions for Nintex Workflow for Office 365.
Many thanks to Michael Campbell, who let me publish his document, How to design a Multi-Step form with Nintex Forms for Office 365 . It's shows how to create something the user can follow step-by-step in Forms for Office 365. It's an example using an employee registration form. Worth a look!
We're wrapping up a series of webinars next week. The final one is entitled: "Solution Scenario: Mobile and Forms-Driven Workflow"
In it, we'll show you a process that lets any user initiate processes via forms and respond to assigned tasks via web browsers, mobile devices, the internet, instant messaging, email and even social media.
If you'd like to attend the Asia-Pacific region webinar go here: http://info.nintex.com/WBR-APAC-FormsandMobile-Register.html
If you'd like to attend the America-region webinar, go here: Delivering Enterprise Mobile and Forms-Driven Workflow Solutions
Our Technology Partner Evangelist Eric Harris is holding another "Nintex Hangout - Live with Eric Harris" on Wednesday, November 18th. We'll just start broadcasting at 9:00 a.m.
More than 400 people have received Nintex Workflow Pro certificates since the Learning Center launched.
Would you like to be one of them?
This is a free resource to improve your skills with workflows and forms and get a Nintex Workflow Certificate. The NLC has up-to-date, entry level training on using Nintex products to solve common workflow problems. For access, just click "register" here: The Nintex Learning Center.
Ganesh Prabu needs some help to Attach .ICS file in email notification (Nintex o365). Got a suggestion?
Shyam Shinde is needs a hand with Re: Fetching an Adding an attachment using Call Web Service action.
Hopefully you can help answer one of these questions. And remember, if you post a question on the community and it's answered, please select the "correct answer" so others searching the community will benefit. Thank you!
Have a great weekend!
Your Community Manager