Given the Nintex licensing model, we as admins need to know where it gets installed.
Is there a way for a SharePoint service admin to view/monitor where (what sites/site collections) Nintex Workflow for Office365 app is installed in a tenant?
The Get-SPOAppInfo cmdlet should do the job for you. Not particularly clean, but if you build a list of the Site Collections in your tenant, then iterate through the list running the Get-SPOAppInfo cmdlet against each one and output the result to a file. It's not pretty but I think it's about as far as you can go with the SPO cmdlets at the moment.
Currently not. Maybe there is a way to achieve that using PowerShell console or Sharegate.
It will certainly be possible after nintex hawkeye is ready to use SharePoint Online and nintex workflow o365 as a data source.
Right not you can only see the total peak usage in the designers via Information -> Subscription Status.
Hope they build some kind of workflow inventory in the future and not only rely on hawkeye to make this information available.
What a shame. Any ideas as to when Hawkeye will be able to analyse Office365 workflow data?
It was road-mapped to be released last year, I would predict it being announced at InspireX this year. Certainly agree it is much need to improve the governance controls in Office 365.
@Alex O, Hawkeye for office 365 has finally been released
Whilst we have released Office 365 support for Hawkeye, the inventory lens that will provide that level of information is still in development (it's taken a little longer to get just right, but we're getting there) In the short term you could use the Powershell outlined above.
Alex O, as if by magic, someone has written a blog
Migrate your tenant to another data-center (2 of 3) - or where is the workflow app?
See if this does the job if you haven't already done it yourself!
Now that it is March 2018, do we have any way to get an overview of Nintex workflows used across tenant without script? ( Nintex standard subscription for office 365 )
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