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SharePoint 2010: Workflows with Nintex (Browse All Training by Topic)

  
  
       
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
       
       
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This workshop lasts 3.5 hours.

In this session, participants will see how to create workflows in Nintex to automate SharePoint functionality. These workflows are very powerful and can make business processing much easier by automating file creation, task completion, and notifying stakeholders in a site. We will see how to create workflows, where to create them, and create a few simple workflows and see examples of more complex workflows.

This workshop was originally planned to be taught in SharePoint 2013, but the plans to migrate to Sharepoint 2013 were delayed. So this workshop will be taught in SharePoint 2010.

This EdCert webinar is offered at no charge to all interested participants. However, it does not use Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) or CompTIA course materials, and is therefore not eligible for the Transcender/Prometric exam discount program.

What You'll learn Available Downloads
  • create workflows in Nintex
  • explore the Nintex interface
  • see how to use workflows to automate SharePoint processes
What you need to know Recorded Session
  • create a SharePoint site
  • create lists and libraries in SharePoint
If you don't have those skills, consider first taking the workshop:
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