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alice_oneill
alice_oneill
Member since ‎07-03-2017
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Saving a calculated value to a field on a repeating section

Hello, I've got a calculated value in a repeated section that looks up the serial number of an item from one of the lists in the site. However, I want to save this calculated value to a field but ... ...

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Repeating sections and compulsory fields

Hi, I have a form with a repeating section in it. One of the fields in this section is called "RAGStatus". Underneath the repeating section I have a "Job complete" button. Is there any hide formula th...

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Error handling

MS Flow has a very useful "Configure run after" action that you can configure to run if there is an error in the flow. I can't find anything similar in Nintex Workflow Cloud - how can I get it to aler...

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How to add metadata when creating an item

Hi, I've got a workflow that creates a SharePoint item. However, there is a compulsory metadata field in the list which is causing me some problems. I'd like to be able to assign a value to the metada...

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calculated value

Hi, I'm using Nintex for O365. I've got a problem with calculated values not displaying on new forms. It was working a short while ago (not sure of exact date). Can anyone help? Looks like there was a...

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Lookup Runtime in Nintex Forms for Office 365

If I could fill the title with exclamation points, I would. The lookup() runtime function for Nintex Forms for Office 365 is now available. For those of you that have used Nintex Forms for SharePoint ...

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CREATING TABBED FORMS IN NINTEX FORMS FOR OFFICE 365

Tabs are a graphical control element that allow multiple panels to be contained within a single window, so you can easily switch between panels. It is an interface style most commonly associated with ...

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  • | September 11, 2014 08:35
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