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Nintex Newbie

Re: Starting a Workflow on a Document Conditionally

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I think this is a limitation of word/sharepoint. The revision from word is just simply not available in/can not be promoted to  sharepoint.

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Re: Starting a Workflow on a Document Conditionally

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Hi Brendan,

This sounds like a pretty good approach. I will look into it and see if it works for the customer and let you know.

Thanks!

Patrick

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Re: Starting a Workflow on a Document Conditionally

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Patrick Kelligan‌ - 

I would recommend using some sort of checkbox or trigger that the updating user can push to have the workflow run. While this is not automated, it does give you (or the user) the ability to determine what updates are worthy of a notification.

I'll have to think on this one a bit more and play with some scenarios....

Hope this helps!

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Re: Starting a Workflow on a Document Conditionally

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Thanks ‌,

You are right, while this is not automated, at least the user will need to make a conscious decision as to whether the workflow runs or not. Thanks!

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