I am self-taught when it comes to SharePoint and Nintex. Everything I know has been picked up over the years through a combination of trial-and-error, troubleshooting with coworkers, reading posts online, investigating answers to questions from clients, pushing the limits of the OOB capabilities, and just plain poking around to see what’s available and what can be done. While this process can be fun and fluid, it also means that not all features and functionality are uncovered immediately. I didn’t have someone to walk me through all of the cool, useful, and sometimes discreet settings that were just sitting there waiting to be leveraged. So with that in mind, I want to be that person for you!
One of my goals with this blog is to shed a bit of light onto some of the often overlooked areas of Nintex so that you start to have a full set of tools in your toolbox as you dive into automating your business processes.
It took me awhile to discover the Common settings available in the action configuration dialog of the Nintex Workflow actions and I wish someone had pointed this little gem out to me a lot earlier. So without further adieu, let’s talk through the features available with the Common settings. Continue reading “Do you know about the Common settings?”