Nintex Blog

Did You Know, Product

Did You Know: Getting Started with Beacons

September 25, 2017, Author: William Knowles

If you’re like me, when you first heard the term “Beacon,” you wondered what it was. A Beacon is an action control in Nintex Workflow that can be placed anywhere in the workflow to capture specific data. With this action, you can emit additional data from a workflow for a Process Intelligence […]

Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

Announcing Worldwide Availability of New Dynamic Forms for Nintex Workflow Cloud

September 21, 2017, Author: Alain Gentilhomme

For decades, enterprises have relied on forms to capture the critical information that drives their business. Historically, these forms have been paper-based, but more recently, enterprises are rapidly adopting electronic forms in order to reduce human errors, ensure form version control, and shorten time to data access. At Nintex, we […]

Product, What's New

What’s New: Responsive Forms Designer for SharePoint

September 20, 2017, Author: admin

Starting today, the new Responsive Forms Designer is available for Nintex for SharePoint 2016 and 2013!   That’s right, this much-anticipated release completes the trifecta of delivering our new, modern forms experience to Nintex Forms across platforms. Just in case you missed it, we rolled out the new Responsive Forms Designer […]

Product, What's New

What’s New: Nintex Forms Supports Hebrew!

September 20, 2017, Author: Palesa Sikwane

I am proud to announce Hebrew Support for Nintex Forms! Just a Couple of Interesting Facts: Hebrew is the national language to the population of the people in Israel of about 8.5 million people.  Hebrew is the original language of the Bible, and has played a significant role in the cultural history […]

Product, What's New

What’s New: Nintex Forms Supports Arabic!

September 20, 2017, Author: Mohammed Qattan

With about 300 million native speakers, Arabic is among the world’s most common languages. It is written from right to left, has no capital letters, and has 18 distinct shapes that can form 28 different letters using various combinations of dots. Arabic speakers have long relied on the robustness of […]