This course will suit a varied audience, from developers to sales people.
Nintex Workflow 2016/2013 exists to allow workflow creation and management without the need for programming, this sets the tone for the course with no programming required during any of the topics.
Note: This release of Nintex Workflow 2016/2013 contains the same functionality as Nintex Workflow 2010. If you have already attended the Nintex Workflow 2010 course you will not benefit from this course.
Nintex Forms 2016/2013 makes it easy to create and complete engaging forms in the browser without the need for code. The fourth day of this course begins with an Introduction to Nintex Forms explaining where forms can be created and the terminology used to describe forms.
Next you will see how simple forms can be created quickly and easily followed by a series of progressively more dynamic forms working with data from lists, libraries and workflows to reveal the full potential of the product.
Once you have mastered the components used to build forms next we turn our attention to the look and feel of the forms learning how to customise the branding of individual forms including backgrounds and logos to ensure that your forms match your corporate branding. We will also show you how to modify the templates that are used to define new forms.
The course concludes by showing you how to make your forms available to fill in outside of your SharePoint environment with the use of Nintex Live and Nintex Mobile.
This course is a demanding four days aimed at delegates that are already experienced users of SharePoint. No prior knowledge of Nintex Workflow is needed but some previous experience of Nintex Workflow would be an advantage. It would also be an advantage if you have experience of creating workflows in Microsoft SharePoint Designer or Visual Studio.
This module provides an introduction to Nintex Forms showing how it integrates with SharePoint and Nintex Workflow and Nintex Live. We also review some of the key features which make Nintex Forms unique.
This module moves from the theory of form design to actually creating basic forms using a variety of controls such as drop down menus and check boxes.
Demonstrations of Forms in:
Having mastered creating basic forms in module two we now look at the more advanced options available with Nintex Forms including.
Now that your forms work the way that you want them to we next spend some time to get them looking great. You will learn how to edit the component of an individual form to ensure that they conform to your companies’ style guide or branding. At first we focus on editing individual forms and later we will look at how to edit the default styles that are applied when a new form is created – this is a great way to ensure that all new forms are consistent and align with your corporate branding.
Your forms are now easy to use and looking great on a desktop computer but nowadays many people use mobile devices to read and capture data while traveling. This module will show you how to customise forms for use on specific mobile devices and how to publish forms so they can be completed from outside of your SharePoint environment either via the internet or offline. As always this will be done without the need for code or technical support, all of this is within reach of a typical end user.
After completing this course, students will be able to: