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Product, What's New

Did You Know: Upgrading Office 365 Store-Based Actions to Use Connections

February 7, 2018, Author: Lisa Tam

The long-awaited Connection Manager is now available! Ready to help streamline credential management in workflow design, Connection Manager ensures that credentials are secure, easy and efficient. To take advantage of the new Connection Manager straightaway, we’ve simplified the process by upgrading our Office 365 Store based actions (see this help file for […]

Product, What's New

What’s New: Govern Connection Creation and Usage with Connection Manager

February 7, 2018, Author: Rick De Marco

With the introduction of Connection Manager, you now have complete flexibility about how you create, use, and manage connections across all your workflows. As you may have already read, the new Connection Manager gives workflow designers, site owners and administrators a way to create a centralized and updatable set of […]

Product, What's New

What’s New: Connection Manager for SharePoint Online

February 7, 2018, Author: Brad Orluk

One of the most sought-after features for Nintex Workflow for Office 365 has been the classic feature in our on-premises offering (Nintex Workflow for SharePoint) that lets workflow designers securely store credentials for connector actions (such as DocuSign send document, Office 365 Create Item, Salesforce update record, to name just […]

Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

What Will the Automation of Knowledge Work Really Mean For You?

February 6, 2018, Author: admin

‘Knowledge work’ refers to jobs which depend primarily on the individual’s ability to work with information. In recent years, there’s been growing concern that the automation of knowledge work will cause ‘damage’ to those workers. The argument states that a wide range of jobs, from manufacturing to journalism to accounting, […]

Did You Know, Product

Did You Know: Component Groups in DocGen for Salesforce

February 6, 2018, Author: Alex Manning

Component Groups: What are they, where are they, and how can they make life easier? Component Groups are part of the Nintex DocGen for Salesforce solution. The best description is that they are similar to a “clause library.” Within the Component Group object, which is part of the DocGen package […]