Does organizational users need SharePoint license to access the Nintex workflow? We have SharePoint (Office 365), but not all users currently have license to access it.
Do you need these users to create workflows as a designer, or to create items in SharePoint that then run a workflow because the item was created? Either way though, they will have to have access to SharePoint to interface with it.
These users will not be the designers of the workflow, their interactions would be limited to taking actions in the workflow (approve/disapprove). I want to implement a workflow that communicate with my CRM bi-directional (base on an action inside the CRM it triggers the workflow, and base on actions taken in the workflow, records are created in my CRM).
Base on the mentioned scenario, will these users require SharePoint license?
I believe it is possible that users can interact with an approval form without a SharePoint license. You could create a Nintex Form for the approval task and make it available with Nintex Live. They can approve the form through Nintex Live and never interact with the SharePoint site itself.
Hopefully, as they are not going to the SharePoint site that they are not missing out on using the data that is being captured to review as a dashboard.
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