What’s New: Nintex Office 365 Workflow Gets a Facelift!

The last 12 months has seen a wealth of functionality delivered to the Nintex for Office 365 platform.

Some were visibly obvious to the end user and/or publisher:

  • Multi Set Variables
  • Action Sets
  • Collapsible Actions
  • Enable/Disable Actions
  • Managed Metadata Support
  • Save and Continue
  • Redirect Pages
  • Responsive Forms

Others were going on behind the scenes:

  • Improved performance and reliability
  • Expanded geographic coverage

So what better way to reward the Nintex Office 365 Workflow product than with a slick looking set of new threads!

The User Experience team have brought the Office 365 Workflow canvas, actions and configuration experience in line with that of our SharePoint 2016 and Nintex Workflow Cloud products so we now have a consistent visual language across all workflow products and platforms.

Let us know what you think of the new look and feel. Personally, I think it freshens things up a lot!

Here are a few before and after shots:

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Why not take a look at all these awesome new features for yourself?

 

Visit the Nintex Community today to learn more and engage in conversations with fellow Nintex users! 

Chris Ellis

Nintex Technical Evangelist Chris Ellis brings years of experience as a software engineer and a lifelong passion for technology to the role. Based in Melbourne, Australia, he loves showing people the value and simplicity of the Nintex workflow platform. When not working, he enjoys snowboarding and traveling (he has fond memories of a six-week trip in Southeast Asia). Follow him on Twitter @ce1906