This 'how to' can be recreated in either NIntex Forms 2016, Nintex Forms 2013 or Nintex Forms 2010.
We're now going to cover a basic Nintex Workflow Start Form. First off, we'll create a site workflow that allows users to RSVP for an event using a workflow start form, and then send an email notification to the event organizer. Secondly, let's configure the Nintex Forms Start Site Workflow web part to host the RSVP start form created in the first half.
d. Partner Name
Now, we're going to set up a workflow to send an email with all of the information collected.
From the workflow actions toolbox, drag a Send Notification action onto the canvas.
If you want to change the text on the Attending Yes/No control and the PartnerYes/No control:
Double click the Yes/No control, and type "yes" in the Text field.
Save the form, and publish the workflow.
The site workflow and its start form have now been created, configured and published. The final step to do is configure the Nintex Forms Start Site Workflow web part.
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This is fantastic - thank you. I am not sure whether I have missed the point of it but was wondering whether you can then put the values of the variables in the form into an existing list?
I was following your instructions and created a Nintex Start form within a workflow as you described and published it. I was able to follow all instructions down to 6a. However, for me, under "Select the site workflow to start", the only option that shows is "No published site workflow with a custom Nintex Forms start form has been found."
Do you have any idea why the form I created in the Nintex Workflow would not be found? I went back in to make sure it was still there, and re-published, but still no luck. Any suggestions?