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bimi82
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Re: Nintex Workflow slow ... takes up to 60 seconds to refresh the page itself

What about removing the Conditional Action and replace it with Parallel Action.
The parallel action runs into two branches of each having an IF Statement action.

Hmmmm wonder if this may speed up the process?

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Automation Master
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Re: Nintex Workflow slow ... takes up to 60 seconds to refresh the page itself

I'd say Filter action would be better here.

as far as I understand your setup correctly you already have two workflows - one for 2 of options and second workflow for rest 4 of options. so you will need not change your existing logic, just add one (filter) action to both of them.

Hmmmm wonder if this may speed up the process?

until you test it on your environment you cannot be sure

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Automation Master
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Re: Nintex Workflow slow ... takes up to 60 seconds to refresh the page itself

and if you try the same simple workflow with some dummy condition (eg. ID > 1)?

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bimi82
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Re: Nintex Workflow slow ... takes up to 60 seconds to refresh the page itself

UPDATE

Actually removing the "Conditional" option from "Start when items are created" in Workflow settings, seems to work. (1)
Indeed, I also implemented the parallel action and run if action instead of the conditional action within the workflow. (2)

The question is: which of the above improved the speed?

I assume it is the (1) option ... but shall test it further  

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